Although it was Saturday due to illness, Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry should return to court Tuesday night.
Curry should be normally on Monday, and – blocking any last – minute stop – should start Tuesday when the Warrios catch the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
“It feels better today,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said, via ESPN. “He went through practice, he took a full part, so we expect him to play [Tuesday]. “
Steph Curry abruptly withdrew from the Hornets vs. Hornets game
Curry went through a warm-up usually Saturday night before the Warriors lost 102-100 to the Charlotte Hornets at the Spectrum Center, but was slow with a member of staff just before the tip.
because he was not “feeling well. ”The disease was not related to COVID-19 pandemic disease, and Curry was not included in the NBA health and safety protocol. It is not particularly clear why Curry was dragged.
“He was going through his normal warm-up routine and he wasn’t feeling well at all,” Kerr said. “So he came back in, saw Charlotte’s team doctor, went out, tried to warm up and didn’t feel well. So we decided not to play it. We’ll see how he does tomorrow. ”
Curry, 32, has averaged 29.9 points and 6.2 assists per game so far this season with a shot of nearly 50 percent off the field.
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