On Friday night, the Sacramento Kings They are hosting the Golden State Warriors in Sacramento, California.
They announced their injury report for the game (updated at 5:30 ET).
The Kings waived Matthew Dellavedova.
Meanwhile, De’Aaron Fox, Kevin Hurter, Trey Lyles, Davion Mitchell, Malik Monk, Keegan Murray and Domantas Sabinis are all listed as questionable.
So, the Kings could end up very short-handed for Friday’s matchup with the Warriors.
The Kings come in with a 48-32 record in 80 games as the third seed in the Western Conference.
They are 5-5 in their last ten games and a solid 23-17 in 40 games on their home floor in Sacramento, California.
The franchise is headed to the NBA Playoffs for the first time since the 2006 season.
As for the Warriors, the sixth seed in the Western Conference (the last guaranteed playoff spot) is a 42-38 record in 80 games.
They are 6-4 in their last ten games, but have become one of the worst road teams in the league.
The Warriors are just 9-30 in 39 games away from the Chase Center in San Francisco.
Not to mention, they are an impressive 33-8 in their 41 home games.
Last year, the Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals to win their fourth NBA Championship in the last eight seasons (they have also reached the Finals six times in that span).