Terrance Ferguson (personal) available for Thunder Wednesday

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The worst of the injuries appears to be rookie Hamidou Diallo, who suffered a left leg injury late against the Warriors that required him to be carried off in a stretcher.

Oklahoma City comes into the game having won 11 of its last 13.

Diallo remained on the court in pain as his teammates pushed the ball upcourt, but the referees soon stopped play so Diallo could receive treatment. "I think we can all say it's the best news that it was his ankle and it was a sprain".

As he was wheeled off the floor, Diallo held his hands over his head.

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Diallo, a second-round pick, has been a bright spot for the Thunder, securing a steady spot in the rotation as a defensive spark plug.

The Thunder have been hit with a wave of injuries in their backcourt recently.

OKC's Terrance Ferguson returned from a two-game absence as he welcomed a baby, then went down at the 5:41 mark of the first quarter with a sprained left ankle and didn't return.

The former Kentucky guard played for the Thunder in five games in the Las Vegas Summer League, averaging 10.8 points and 4.8 boards, while shooting 48.8 percent from the field.

Paul George had 25 points, nine rebounds and five assists and Steven Adams contributed 20 points and 11 rebounds as the Thunder sent the Warriors to their first four-game skid in almost six years.

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