The Los Angeles Lakers are seeking their 10th straight victory over the Golden State Warriors Sunday night at Staples Center. The Lakers already beat Golden State at home once this season, but Stephen Curry missed that game with a sprained ankle. Curry is healthy now, so expect the Warriors to stay within 24 points this time around. Here are the probable starting lineups and injury reports for both teams:
- Point Guard: Stephen Curry
- Shooting Guard: Monta Ellis
- Small Forward: Dorell Wright
- Power Forward: Vladimir Radmanovic
- Center: Andris Biedrins
Brendan Wright is listed as questionable with a lower back strain. Lou Amundson (surgery - fractured right index finger), David Lee (left elbow injury) and Ekpe Udoh (left wrist surgery) are out. Neither Amundson nor Udoh have played yet this season. Lee has missed the last four games.
Point Guard: Derek Fisher
Shooting Guard: Kobe Bryant
- Small Forward: Ron Artest
- Power Forward: Lamar Odom
- Center: Pau Gasol
The Lakers have used the same starting lineup in all 13 games this season. Aside from the usual suspects Andrew Bynum and Theo Ratliff, both of whom are out, the Laker injury report is relatively clean, with only Odom listed as probable with his sore right foot.
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