Is Steph Curry playing tonight? Latest injury update for Lakers vs Warriors March 16

Steph Curry's been out with an ankle sprain.
Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry
Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry / Lachlan Cunningham/GettyImages

The Los Angeles Lakers are staring down one of their most important games of the season. On Saturday, the No. 9 Lakers will host the No. 10 Warriors, meaning LA would also host Golden State in the Play-In Tournament if the season ended today.

LA has won three of its last five, while Golden State has won two of its last five. Without Steph Curry, who sprained his ankle against the Bulls, the Warriors are 1-2. You couldn't technically say Golden State is 1-3 without him, although the Warriors were up by three points with four minutes left to play when Curry got hurt, but ended up losing by three.

Steph Curry's status for tonight's game vs. Lakers

Steph Curry (ankle sprain) is listed as questionable. He last played on March 7 against Chicago. He's been cleared for on-court activities and practiced with the team on Friday. Steve Kerr said he's hopeful the star guard will play against Los Angeles.

UPDATE: Steph Curry is available.

Draymond Green's status for tonight's game vs. Lakers

Draymond Green (back) is listed as questionable. On Monday, he played 28 minutes against San Antonio but missed Wednesday's game against Dallas.

UPDATE: Draymond Green is available.

Cam Reddish's status for tonight's game vs. Warriors

Cam Reddish (ankle) is out.

Lakers injury report

Carm Reddish (ankle), Jarred Vanderbilt (foot), Christian Wood (knee), Gabe Vincent (knee), and Colin Castleton (wrist) are out.

Warriors injury report

Steph Curry (ankle) and Draymond Green (back) are questionable.

UPDATE: Steph Curry and Draymond Green are available.

Projected starting lineups tonight

Los Angeles: D'Angelo Russell, Austin Reaves, LeBron James, Rui Hachimura, Anthony Davis

Golden State: Steph Curry (if he plays), Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Jonathan Kuminga, Draymond Green (if he plays)

LA's next five opponents

The Lakers will stay in Los Angeles for three more games before going on a six-game road trip.

March 18 vs. Atlanta

March 22 vs. Philadelphia

March 24 vs. Indiana

March 26 at Milwaukee

March 27 at Memphis