Stephen Curry's Groin Strain Not Considered Serious

Carrie Guzman
November 10, 2018

The Golden State Warriors got blown out by the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night, but you can argue this wasn't the biggest story of the night for the two-time defending champs.

"Jordan Bell will play more", Kerr said. "So, we've got to get the movement and the strength back in it before he can go out and play".

"The MRI looked good in terms of not being too serious", Steve Kerr said.

Green injured his toe against the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday.

"I don't think it had to do with Draymond [being absent],"Kerr said after the game".

The Bucks also beat the Warriors the last time they played at the Oracle Arena, in a 116-107 victory on March 29.

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"You get that tweak on the inside of your thigh and the lateral movement becomes hard", he said.

"I've got to talk to him tomorrow and see how he's doing". Warriors backup point guard Quinn Cook will start in Curry's place against the Nets.

The Warriors are already playing without veterans Draymond Green (toe sprain) and Shaun Livingston (foot soreness), both of whom have been ruled out of Saturday's game as well. "We'll just monitor his progress over the next several days".

"I'm sure he's disappointed about missing this one", Kerr said. We have to be smart.

Curry missed the first round of the playoffs then returned for Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Pelicans as the Warriors went on to win a second straight championship and third title in four years. The earliest point in which Baron considered a comeback was back in 2014 when he slipped his message to the media during Summer League play in Vegas.

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