TORONTO — Golden State Warriors swingman Klay Thompson left in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s NBA Finals Game 2 against the Toronto Raptors with left hamstring tightness, according to the team.
Thompson was hurt with 10:40 left in regulation after he landed awkwardly. He stayed in the game for a couple minutes before motioning to his team to foul so he could come out of the game.
Thompson eventually left with 7:59 remaining and then hobbled to the bench. After a few moments, he headed back to the locker room with members of the Warriors’ training staff to be checked out.
Thompson’s injury is the latest setback for a Warriors group already playing without Kevin Durant, who continues rehabbing a right calf injury. Warriors backup center Kevon Looney also left Sunday’s game in the second quarter and did not return because of a chest contusion.
Andre Iguodala, who continues to deal with a lingering calf injury of his own, was shaken up on Sunday after a screen from Raptors center Marc Gasol in the second quarter and went to the locker room to be checked out. He remained in the game, providing a nice offensive lift for the Warriors at the start of the second half.