As it has shown since the beginning of the 2018-2019 season the Golden State Warriors are really good. However, just how good are they going to be without their All-Star Point Guard Steph Curry for a couple of games and possibly more.
For several days Point Guard, Steph Curry has been dealing with an injured left Groin and as some would say Golden State is definitely going through it without him. Curry first suffered from the injury on Thursday, Nov. 8th against the Bucks where the Warriors lost 134-111. It was in the third quarter where Curry was seen grabbing his (inner left) groin after contesting Eric Bledsoe’s shot. The following day Steph underwent an MRI, head coach Steve Kerr then reported his results as “Encouraging.”
Steph was out for the last road game against the Los Angeles Clippers where the Warriors lost in overtime 121-116. In addition to the loss, an argument began between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant from the court all the way to the locker room.
It was reported by NBA Insider Chris Haynes that “…Steph Curry (groin) will be re-evaluated in 10 days.”
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Being out for 10 Days means Steph will miss key matchups against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Portland Trail Blazers. Although the Warriors do not believe the injury is long-term it will definitely take a toll on them not having their All-Star leader in the lineup.
Golden State hopes to have Curry back by Nov. 24th for their matchup against their Northern California for the Sacramento Kings, but just how long will the team hold up without their fellow “Splash Bro” Stephen Curry.