Report: Klay Thompson Questionable for Game 2 with Left Ankle Sprain

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Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson is optimistic his left ankle sprain will not prevent him from suiting up for Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday.

Golden State is listing Thompson as questionable. The guard is still experiencing swelling and stiffness in the ankle.

“I’m not moving as much,” he said Saturday after practice. “[I] go to bed, and it swells up. I’m optimistic.”

He sustained the injury in Game 1, when Cavaliers guard JR Smith inadvertently undercut his left leg while trying to pick off a pass. Thompson briefly exited the game to receive treatment in the locker room but returned soon after.

Source: Chris Haynes of ESPN

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