Injury Report: Andrew Wiggins (right abductor tightness) out vs. Pacers on Monday

The Golden State Warriors will be down a starter against the Indiana Pacers on Monday night at San Francisco’s Chase Center.

Prior to the game, the Warriors have ruled out Andrew Wiggins due to right abductor tightness. Wiggins is coming off his season-high performance with 36 points against the Houston Rockets on Saturday night. Wiggins matched his career-high with eight made triples to lead the Warriors to their 10th consecutive win at home.

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Jordan Poole is also listed on the injury report next to Wiggins with left ankle soreness. The Golden State guard appeared to injure his ankle in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s contest against the Rockets.

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Without Wiggins, players like Moses Moody, Jonathan Kuminga and Anthony Lamb could be in line for a bigger role on Monday night against the Pacers.

The Warriors are set to tip off against the Pacers on Monday at 7 p.m. PT at Chase Center in San Francisco.

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