Full injury report for Friday’s Thunder vs. Pacers matchup

The Oklahoma City Thunder continue their season-long five-game road trip when they face the Indiana Pacers on Friday. It’s the second matchup of the season between both squads.

The Thunder (52-24) hope to avoid their first three-game losing skid of the season. They’ll likely have to do it without their top two players for the third straight game.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (quad contusion) is out. Jalen Williams (ankle sprain) is doubtful.

Ousmane Dieng (G League assignment) is out. Keyontae Johnson (G League two-way) is out. Olivier Sarr (G League two-way) is out. Adam Flagler (G League two-way) is out.

Meanwhile, the Pacers (43-34) could be without their starting center. Myles Turner (finger sprain) is questionable. Bennedict Mathurin (labral tear) is also out.

Oscar Tshiebwe (G League two-way) is questionable. Isaiah Wong (G League two-way) is questionable. Quenton Jackson (G League two-way) is questionable.

The Thunder lost a grueling back-to-back that was capped off with a 35-point loss to the Boston Celtics on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the Pacers lost to the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday. Indiana hopes to avoid the play-in tournament.

Tip off from Indiana is set for 6 p.m. CT.

Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire