Full injury report for Sunday’s Grizzlies vs. Thunder matchup

The Oklahoma City Thunder continue a lengthy homestand by welcoming in the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday. It’ll be the second matchup this season between the teams.

The Thunder (44-19) enters the contest with a clean bill of health. Nobody is listed on their injury report.

Meanwhile, it’s the complete opposite for the depleted Grizzlies (22-42), who have nearly their entire roster listed on their injury report.

Ja Morant (shoulder labral repair) is out. Desmond Bane (ankle sprain) is out. Marcus Smart (finger tear) is out. Brandon Clarke (Achilles tendon repair) is out. Derrick Rose (groin, back recovery) is out. Ziaire Williams (back, hip flexor strain) is out. Yuta Watanabe (wrist sprain) is out. Scotty Pippen Jr. (lumbar disc bulge) is out.

John Konchar (ankle soreness) is doubtful. Jordan Goodwin (Achilles soreness) is doubtful. GG Jackson (knee soreness) is questionable. Luke Kennard (knee soreness) is questionable.

The Thunder continue to fight it out for the first seed. They currently own sole possession of it with a little over one month left in the regular season. In their last contest, OKC overcame a 14-point deficit to get a win over the Miami Heat on Friday.

Meanwhile, the Grizzlies look to finish out a lost season ruined by injuries. They lost to the Atlanta Hawks on Friday after Dejounte Murray scored a career-high 41 points.

Tip off from Oklahoma City is set for 6 p.m. CT.

Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire