Stephen Curry continues to work on his comeback. At the Golden State Warriors, optimism should prevail that the Point Guard is ready for use in the left foot in the left foot in the left foot in time for the playoffs.
Adrian Wojnarowski and Kendra Andrews of espn. Accordingly, Curry will miss the last five season games of Regular Season. Meanwhile, Warriors themselves reported that they will continue to examine their star on April 11th and then make new water statements.
The Regular Season ends on April 10, the Warriors receive the New Orleans Pelicans. By contrast, the PostSeason starts for the Warriors until April 16, slipping into the play-in-tournament is only theoretical nature. With a victory over Utah in the night on Sunday, the dolls would be securely qualified.
Head Coach Steve Kerr regrets it that curry will miss the last five games. “We had hoped that he might still take one, two games at the end of the Regular Season, but that was rather wishful thinking. Now it came differently, but I’m not worried.”
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Curry had hurt a good two weeks in the game against the Boston Celtics at the foot, after Celtics-Guard Marcus Smart was laid out for a free ball and landed on the playmaker of Warriors. Before, Curry completed 64 games this season and set up 25.5 points and 6.3 assists on average. His throw rate from the field (43.7 percent), however, was the worst of his career when the 2019/20 season excludes the 34-year-old only 5 lots.