Rachel Nichols breaks down how Steph Curry’s knee injury could affect the Warriors down the stretch and in the playoffs.
Stephen Curry‘s MCL sprain raises big questions for the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
Although Curry is scheduled to be reevaluated at the start of the playoffs, Warriors coach Steve Kerr has already said Curry won’t play in the team’s first-round series. That decision should have been expected anyway given the timetable for Grade 2 sprains like the one Curry suffered, which typically sideline players about six weeks.
So Golden State will have to win at least one playoff series without Curry, then hope to get him healthy for deeper rounds of the playoffs. How good are the Warriors without the two-time MVP? And how well should we expect Curry to play when he returns? Let’s take a look.
How good will Golden State be without Curry?
The Warriors are 14-11 in games Curry has missed this season. However, in some of those games, none of Golden State’s
Article source: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/22975771/what-stephen-curry-warriors-get-comes-back-nba-playoffs
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