Golden State guard D'Angelo Russell will be reevaluated in two weeks after an MRI confirmed a right thumb sprain, the Warriors announced Saturday.
Russell suffered the injury during the Warriors' 105-100 loss to the Boston Celtics on Friday night, in which he recorded 12 points and seven assists in 25 minutes. He will not travel with the team on its upcoming four-game road trip.
The injury marks Russell's second time being sidelined this season for Golden State after missing three games in early November with a sprained right ankle.
The Warriors have been accustomed to injuries to All-Stars this season. Klay Thompson is "unlikely" to return this year after suffering a torn ACL in the NBA Finals, while Stephen Curry will be reevaluated in February after undergoing surgery on his broken left hand. Draymond Green also missed time with a torn ligament in this finger earlier this season.
In his 10 games played, Russell has averaged a team-high 24.3 points and 6.7 assists for the Warriors, while adding 3.6 rebounds per game. His season has been highlighted by a 52-point career-high performance in a losing effort to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Warriors currently stand at the bottom of the NBA with a 2-11 record and next face the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday, Nov. 17.