Don’t worry, Golden State Warriors fansa��Steph Curry is going to be just fine. And that’s from Curry himself. During Wednesday’s shootaround ahead of their matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers, he would re-injure his right ankle. It’s the same ankle that just sidelined him for 11 games. But again, don’t worry. Curry himself feels pretty good.
Speaking to ESPN’s Marc J. Spears, the former MVP noted that his frustration level was at “1000” after spraining his ankle during a “freak” accident. Upon his return from an 11-game layoff, the Warriors would go 5-0. Not only that, but Curry would set the league ablazea��averaging 35.2 points on 57.4 percent shooting. More than that, he’s hitting 53.2 percent of shots from long-range since returning.
Last night, Lou Williams and the L.A. Clippers stunned the Warriorsa��who were without both Steph and Klay. Plus Kevin Durant had just returned after a three-game layoff, but on a minutes restriction. Meanwhile the Clippers had to go it without Blake Griffin, who is currently recovering from a concussion. And although the Warriors are first in the west with a record of 33-9, it’s not foolish to suggest theyA�need Curry. His five-game sample since returning is plenty proof of that.
So hopefully we can take the guard at his word. Next up, Golden State travels to Milwaukee to take on the Giannis and the Bucks Friday night.