Warriors GM: Not even Stephen Curry knows when he'll return

Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers took to the radio waves earlier this week to quiet speculation concerning the timing of Stephen Curry’s highly anticipated return to the court, saying not even the superstar has an idea when it will happen. “I know everybody wants to know is it going to be Saturday, is it going to be Monday? It’s in that range, but it’s hard...
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Stephen Curry underwent plasma treatment on knee

Stephen Curry is doing all he can to get back onto the court to help the Golden State Warriors defend their title, and that includes platelet-rich plasma therapy. Curry told reporters on Tuesday that received platelet-rich plasma treatment on the second day of his recovery process, according to Diamond Leung of the San Jose Mercury News. The reigning NBA MVP suffered a sprained...
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Stephen Curry wife rejected him first time he went for a kiss

Stephen Curry has always been smooth on the basketball court, but there have been times where he can’t find the same kind of rhythm off of it. Just ask his wife. In an entertaining interview with Alan Shipnuck of Parents Magazine, Curry and his wife Ayesha opened up about their personal life and how their marriage came about. The two were in the same church group together as...
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Steve Kerr rules out Stephen Curry for Game 2

Steve Kerr likes to have fun with the media, and he invoked his inner Gregg Popovich once again while talking about Stephen Curry, who will not play in Game 2, per Rusty Simmons of of the San Francisco Chronicle. Steve Kerr said Stephen Curry (knee) won't play tomorrow, but team will list him as doubtful "just to give people something to chew on." — Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron...
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Steph Curry: Chances are 'pretty good' I will play in Game 3

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry sprained his MCL during the team’s first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets last Sunday. Initial indications were that Curry was going to miss two weeks after an MRI showed a Grade-1 sprain. Since advancing to the second round of the playoffs against the Portland Trail Blazers, there’s been some optimism that Curry could...
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Stephen Curry has 'slim' chance to play Game 2

Stephen Curry didn’t play Sunday when his Golden State Warriors opened their second-round NBA playoff series against the Portland Trail Blazers at Oracle Arena. It’s possible that he returns this round, though. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr commented on his point guard’s injury before Game 1. Steve Kerr said Steph Curry (knee) did some stationary shooting yesterday. Out...
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WATCH: President Obama pokes fun at Ted Cruz for ‘basketball ring’ comment

President Barack Obama attended his final White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday night, and in his speech, he poked fun at several different people. One of them was Ted Cruz, a Texas senator running for president in the Republican party. Cruz recently took some criticism for calling a basketball hoop a “basketball ring,” which is a huge gaffe in a basketball-crazy...
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Steve Kerr won’t rule out early Stephen Curry return

The Golden State Warriors will start their second-round playoff series against the Portland Trail Blazers in Oakland on Sunday. The defending champions will do so without the services of reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry, who sprained his MCL against the Houston Rockets last weekend. The original diagnosis indicated that Curry would be out two weeks. Though, there has been some optimism...
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Steph Curry's MRI is negative, but he could be out two weeks

There is good news and bad news for Golden State Warriors fans concerning the status of Steph Curry. The good news is that Curry’s MRI came back negative, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The bad news is the Grade 1 knee sprain means Curry could miss two weeks. Curry has had a rough time with injuries this postseason. He twisted his ankle during the first half...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Stephen Curry suffers sprained knee, leaves Game 4

Right before halftime on Sunday, Stephen Curry slipped on a wet spot and took an awkward tumble. Afterwards, he limped off the court, which can only be bad news for the Golden State Warriors. Here is a clip of the slip: Here is what caused Steph Curry to limp back to the locker room. Not good. — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) April 24, 2016 Curry reportedly...
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