The point guard of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, apparently feeling better after missing Saturday’s game against the Charlotte Hornets.
Curry will participate in practice for the Dubs on Monday, according to Marc Stein of The New York Times. It was a strange scene on Saturday.
Curry went through warm-ups and essentially looked ready to go before being escorted to the locker room. The Warriors They said he just wasn’t feeling well, and it finally became clear that the injury had nothing to do with the health and safety protocols of the NBA. Still, it was unknown if Curry would rise to the occasion of the team’s showdown with the New York Knicks on Tuesday.
Participating in practice is a good sign that Stephen Curry will return to the field on Tuesday. Golden State did decent against the Hornets even without Steph, but they lost when Draymond Green got a couple of late techniques and Charlotte guard Terry Rozier hit a winning shot.
Stephen Curry He’s a legitimate MVP candidate. Curry is averaging 29.9 points, 6.2 assists and 5.4 rebounds while shooting 42.3 percent from beyond the arc on a career-high 11.9 attempts per game.
For context, Curry’s 65.3 actual shooting percentage is the third best of his career. on the NBA He’s also had to deal with consistent doubles teams as Golden State’s most dangerous scorer and playmaker.