Injury Report: Eric Paschall (hip) out vs. Hawks on Sunday, Draymond Green (finger) questionable

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After suffering their worst loss of the season in a 53 point blowout to the Toronto Raptors on Friday, the Golden State Warriors could get some much-needed reinforcements for the final contest of their three-game road swing.

Following a two-game stint back in the starting lineup, Steph Curry returned to the injury report with tailbone soreness against the Raptors. Before the Warriors meet the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, Curry has been removed from the injury report. Without Curry, the Warriors have notched a 1-7 record on the season.

Despite Curry’s potential return, the Warriors could still be without a pair of key contributors. Prior to the tipoff in Tampa Bay, Draymond Green was ruled as a late scratch against the Raptors with a finger sprain. The former Defensive Player of the Year is listed as questionable for Sunday’s contest in Atlanta.

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While Green’s status is questionable, Eric Paschall has been ruled out against the Hawks due to hip soreness.

With Green questionable and Paschall out, Juan Toscano-Anderson will likely play an increased role against the Hawks. On Friday in Tampa Bay, the Oakland native drew the start against the Raptors. However, Toscano-Anderson went scoreless, recording only an assist and rebound in 11 minutes.

The Warriors will cap a three-game road trip in Atlanta on Sunday at 4 p.m. PT.