The Warriors scratched Stephen Curry before losing to the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday, but Golden State coach Steve Kerr said in a video conference call with reporters after the game that Curry could play on Tuesday. The New York Knicks showed “hope” in the game.
Kerr said that Curry’s illness does not require him to be included in the NBA’s coronavirus health and safety protocol, but it is enough to get him out of the Warriors’ only hometown of Curry this season.
Kerr explained: “Even after the normal warm-up procedure, he doesn’t feel good at all.” “He’s back [into he locker room], Saw the Charlotte team doctor, went out, tried to warm up, just not feeling well. Therefore, we made the decision-the trainer and Steph and I, we both decided not to play him. “
Last season he played only five games due to a left hand injury, and Curry has been the Warriors̵
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Curry is the focus of the Warriors on the offensive end, and the Golden State Warriors struggled to get a beautiful appearance without Saturday. The Warriors made only 39 three-pointers (13 points) (33.3%), which is far lower than the 38.3% that is usually the case this season.
After Draymond Green was expelled and Charlotte’s Terry Rozier made two technical free throws, the Golden State Warriors still have a great chance of winning in the absence of Curry. Rozier won the game with a confusing mid-range jumper in the following game.
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