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Golden State Warriors
San Antonio Spurs
Worst possible news hit Stephen Curry owners last night as he’s now listed as “out indefinitely” with a bum ankle. Yes, the same ankle that he hurt in the past. No, not that one, the other one, silly! Well, he hurt one of them anyway and it doesn’t look like they will push this at all so I’m thinking this could be a week or maybe longer. In the meantime your Huckleberry is Jarrett Jack who is most likely owned everywhere except in shallow leagues. Here’s what I told you back in November when I had him on the Drop side of my Add/Drop post: Jarrett Jack – 30% – I give this soft drop recommendation with a heavy heart. First of all, you know the second you drop him, Stephen Curry will turn his ankle and Jarrett will become a fantasy stud. Second of all, if you also own Curry, I don’t recommend you drop him. Third of all, I’m not dropping him in deep leagues but I’d give it consideration in standard leagues if a hot free agent is out there. Fourth of all, there is no fourth of all. Go back
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The Golden State Warriors have been a huge surprise this season starting off with a 23-14 record and sitting in second place in their division. One main reason for the success has been Stephen Curry‘s progression at the PG position and ability to stay healthy. Until now. Curry is out indefinitely with a right ankle [...]The post Dommermuth: Stephen Curry Out Indefinitely appeared...
Stephen Curry has not had much luck this season with his right ankle. He suffered a sprain to the ankle earlier in the year that kept him sideline for some time. Now, he will be out indefinitely after spraining the ankle again.According to Marcus Thompson II of the San Jose Mercury News, Curry suffered the injury while chasing after the ball during practice. His coach, Mark...
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry re-aggravated his right ankle injury, which will make his status for tonight's game unknown for now. Curry skipped practice yesterday to rest his knee. Brian Windhorst of ESPN tweeted the following.Stephen Curry re-aggravated right ankle injury this morning. He's a gametime decision against Heat tonight.— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN...
Ugh, here we go again.
According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will be a game-time decision vs. the Heat Wednesday night after “re-aggravating” his ankle earlier in the day.
Marcus Thompson reports that Curry landed awkwardly on the foot of Festus Ezeli during team drills. Curry has been “receiving treatment and monitoring how his ankle responds”...
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will not play against the Miami Heat on Wednesday night after spraining his twice surgically repaired right ankle.
Warriors coach Mark Jackson said Curry, who already had been nursing a sprained right knee, injured his ankle going for a loose ball during the team's morning practice. The team X-rays on Curry's ankle were negative...
Brandon Rush has a $4 million player option next season with the Warriors.
A sprained right ankle will sideline Stephen Curry Wednesday night against the Miami Heat. Uh oh.
Tim Roye, the voice of the Golden State Warriors, tweeted that Curry would miss the game. ESPN's Brian Windhorst reported that Curry re-injured his balky ankle Wednesday morning.
This is terrible news for Curry owners, who were hoping Curry's frequent sprains were a thing...
When the Golden State Warriors come to town, the San Antonio Spurs know they're' in for a fast paced game and San Antonio wouldn't want to have it any other way.
These aren't your "boring" Spurs that liked to slow the game down, this balanced mix of veterans and youth has the team thinking a run and gun pace while still defending.
It's an incredibly...
OAKLAND,Calif. -- If there's one thing LeBron James has learned in his NBA career, it's that sometimes the best things aren't scripted. On a night that might have been called "The Milestones" if he'd been allowed turn a mid-January regular-season game in a place called Golden State into a made-for-TV extravaganza, James crashed through two historic NBA...
Tim Duncan and David Lee will be the matchup for tonight's game between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors.
Duncan is coming off another impressive performance against the Memphis Grizzlies. He had 19 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 blocks and helped carry San Antonio to a win. The Warriors will be tested with Stephen Curry's recent ankle injury so the Warriors...
Playing without Stephen Curry is never an ideal situation for the Golden State Warriors, who were struggling even before their star guard re-injured his surgically repaired ankle.
His absence certainly won't help Golden State end its nearly 16-year-old road losing streak to the San Antonio Spurs.
The Warriors look to avoid a 28th straight defeat in San Antonio and 16th consecutive...
Hey, it’s Add/Drop Friday here at hecmanhoops! A lot of the names on this list you’ve already seen before and many of these guys are most likely grabbed in your league, I get it. As a reminder though, this Add/Drop post is a list of guys who I feel are underowned. Of course, depending on the size of your league they may or may not be out there. Basically, it’s a list of guys...