"I just rolled it," Thompson said. "Luckily, it’s not a bad sprain or anything. It’s going to be sore for a couple of days, but I should be back in no time."
Thompson scored a season-high 39 points (13-of-21 shooting) and made 10-of-16 three-pointers. The Warriors held a 32-point advantage at one point — and 28-point advantage heading into the final frame — before their reserves gave up the lead and the starters were forced to come back in midway through the fourth.
Golden State’s next game — when they can break their tie with the Miami Heat for second all-time on the most consecutive regular-seasons wins list (27) — is against the Boston Celtics on Friday night.