The Golden State Warriors are going to be without Steph Curry for a second consecutive game. During Wednesday’s shootaround, the MVPA�would re-injure the ankle that cost him 11 games earlier in the season. But the very next day, Curry would dismiss any concerns surrounding his ankle injury.
However, he’s set to sit out for the second straight gameA�tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks.
But the news gets better from there.
“The belief is that he’ll be cleared for Saturday’s tilt with theA�Toronto RaptorsA�at the Air Canada Centre.
“Curry has made 28 appearances this season and is averaging 27.9 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 6.4 assists on 49.2 percent shooting from the field and 41.4 percent from behind the arc.”
The Warriors hold the league’s best record at 33-9. Meanwhile, the Bucks are 22-18 and currently holding down the sixth spot in the east. However, they are just 3.5 games out of third as the Cleveland Cavaliers continue to struggle. Tonight, Curry not being available isn’t the end of the world. But if this continues for much longer, fans should worry.
During his five games back, the Warriors would become unstoppable once again. As would Curry himself. So, let’s keep hoping for a speedy recovery. In the meantime, Kevin Durant is close to getting back to 100 percent.