Curry was found to have partial tears of the superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseus membrane, as well as a contusion to the lower leg, the Warriors announced Sunday. A timeline for his return was not released by the team, other than that he will miss the Oklahoma City Thunder’s game on Monday. Still, according to someone who knows the situation, his injury is expected to keep him out for several weeks before the All-Star Game on Feb. 19.
Stephen Curry expected to miss multiple weeks
On Sunday, Stephen Curry scored 50 points and the Golden State Warriors defeated the Sacramento Kings 120-100 to keep their championship dreams alive. With their 19th consecutive playoff-series victory, the Warriors earned not only the right to face the seventh-seeded Los Angeles Lakers in the second round, but also the home-court advantage in the best-of-seven. […]Read More
The 50 points that Steph Curry scored on Wednesday (on 20-28 field goals, 8-14 three-pointers) boosted his shooting percentages this season to 50.4% from the field, 44% from three-point range, and 91.5% from the line. If those percentages hold, he’ll join Steve Nash and Larry Bird as the only players in NBA history with multiple […]Read More