Found February 29, 2012 on
Inside Bay Area:
ATLANTA -- Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was ruled out for Wednesday's game at Atlanta. He tested his sprained right foot before during pre-game warm-ups.
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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has suffered several bad right ankle sprains over the past few years and even had surgery last summer to help with the problem. Unfortunately, he has had issues this season as well and some think the Davidson product might be best served sitting out the rest of the year.
Curry is in his third campaign and has played in just 21 of Golden...
The Celtics point guard's name has come up in a number of trade rumors this season, the latest being in a potential swap for the Warriors' young star.
ESPN's Chris Broussard has a bunch of "inside information" on several stars on the alleged trading block:
Boston is aggressively shopping Rondo, according to sources. The Celtics find Rondo's personality to be too high-maintenance and his clashes with coach Doc Rivers continue. With the Celtics having realized they are no longer title contenders, they don'...
ATLANTA (AP) Atlanta's Joe Johnson is returning from a left knee injury to start in Wednesday night's game against Golden State, while Warriors guard Stephen Curry is missing his second straight game due to a sore foot.
The Warriors, playing without point guard Stephen Curry (sprained right foot), won for the second time in their past three road games.
The Warriors elected not to move forward with a trade involving Stephen Curry for Rajon Rondo.
Without one of the team's top scorers, the Golden State Warriors were held to their fewest points of the season in their return from the All-Star break.
Things could get tougher for the Warriors if All-Star Joe Johnson returns to Atlanta's lineup Tuesday night when they look to avoid a fourth consecutive loss to the Hawks.
With third-leading scorer and outside threat Stephen...