Thursday’s Projected NBA Starting Lineups & Injury News: Stephen Curry’s Return
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- Below you'll find injury news and projected starting lineups for Thursday's NBA slate, including the latest on Stephen Curry, Devonte' Graham and more.
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Below are the projected starting lineups for each NBA team for Thursday’s four-game slate, along with notable news for each squad. For real-time updates to these lineups, check out the NBA Labs Insiders tool.
Last updated at 10 a.m. ET.
Projected NBA Starting Lineups for Thursday, March 5
- Charlotte Hornets: Devonte’ Graham – Terry Rozier – Miles Bridges – PJ Washington – Cody Zeller
- Denver Nuggets: Jamal Murray – Gary Harris – Will Barton – Paul Millsap – Nikola Jokic
- Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry – Damion Lee – Andrew Wiggins – Draymond Green – Marquese Chriss
- Houston Rockets: Russell Westbrook – James Harden – Robert Covington – Danuel House – PJ Tucker
- LA Clippers: Patrick Beverley – Kawhi Leonard – Paul George – Marcus Morris – Ivica Zubac
- Philadelphia 76ers: Shake Milton – Matisse Thybulle – Glenn Robinson III – Tobias Harris – Al Horford
- Sacramento Kings: De’Aaron Fox – Bogdan Bogdanovic – Harrison Barnes – Nemanja Bjelica – Harry Giles
- Toronto Raptors: Kyle Lowry – Fred VanVleet – OG Anunoby – Pascal Siakam – Marc Gasol
- Charlotte Hornets: Devonte’ Graham (ankle) is questionable.
- Denver Nuggets: Noah Vonleh (ankle) is TBD.
- Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry (hand) will play. Kevon Looney (hip) is out. Draymond Green (knee) is questionable.
- Houston Rockets: DeMarre Carroll (illness) is questionable.
- LA Clippers: Nothing new.
- Philadelphia 76ers: Josh Richardson (concussion), Joel Embiid (shoulder) and Ben Simmons (back) remain out.
- Sacramento Kings: De’Aaron Fox (abdominal) and Cory Joseph (heel) are probable.
- Toronto Raptors: Marc Gasol (hamstring), Fred VanVleet (shoulder) and Serge Ibaka (knee) are questionable.