Warriors' Thompson, Green, Barbosa to play against Raptors
The Golden State Warriors are nearing full strength, which is a scary thought for the rest of the league.
The lone remaining undefeated team will have all three of its questionable players -- Draymond Green (flu), Klay Thompson (back) and Leandro Barbosa (family matter) -- back and ready for Tuesday's home matchup with the Toronto Raptors, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. All three participated in Tuesday morning's shootaround.
Green, who missed Monday's practice, has dealt with a sinus infection since last week. Thompson, who has struggled with back stiffness since the end of last season, missed Saturday's game against Brooklyn and returned to practice Monday. Barbosa, who left the team on Thursday to go back to Brazil and deal with a family matter, returned in time for shootaround Tuesday.