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Stephen Curry is out with a sprained right ankle again before Golden State's season has even begun.
The team said in a statement Saturday night that Warriors coach Mark Jackson plans to hold the point guard out of the final two preseason games Monday at the Los Angeles Clippers and Tuesday against Phoenix. Curry injured his surgically repaired ankle in Golden State's 101-97 win at Portland on Friday night.
The fourth-year point guard is eligible for an extension with the team until Oct. 30 - the night before the season opener at Phoenix - or he will become a free agent next summer. Warriors general manager Bob Myers has said the team plans to pick up Curry's extension.
The Warriors also said the latest evaluation of Andrew Bogut showed the new center has ''not had any setbacks'' on his surgically repaired left ankle, which he fractured on Jan. 25 while with Milwaukee. The 7-footer from Australia has remained hopeful to return for the season opener.
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Stephen Curry has a history of ankle injuries. He missed 40 games last season and underwent arthroscopic surgery on the ankle this past April. So when he went down in the Golden State Warriors' exhibition game yesterday, the team had to be concerned. Curry rolled his ankle in the second quarter against the Portland Trailblazers and did not return to the game.According...
Stephen Curry will not play in the Golden State Warriors' final two preseason games, but it looks like he will be available and ready to go for the team's opener in Phoenix. Golden State will play the Suns on October 31st, giving Curry another week and a half to rest his ankle. He rolled the ankle last Friday and hasn't played since.Curry may have been able to play...
While the stability of Stephen Curry's right ankle remains uncertain, his financial footing with the Golden State Warriors has never been more secure.
Curry signed a $44 million, four-year contract extension before Wednesday night's season opener at the Phoenix Suns that will keep the point guard with the Warriors through the 2016-17 season. It was the final day Golden State...
Stephen Curry is out for the remainder of the preseason, while Andrew Bogut will not play in a single preseason game for the Warriors.
Andrew Bogut has been out with a fractured left ankle. The Golden State Warriors' center had surgery to repair the ankle and has been rehabbing ever since. While there is still no timetable for his exact return, the Warriors are hopeful that he can return for the team's opening game against the Phoenix Suns.According to Matt Steinmetz of CSN Bay Area, Bogut met with...
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Added: Carl Landry (FA), Jarrett Jack (Trade),
Lost: Nate Robinson, Dorell Wright
Draft: Harrison Barnes (1st Round, 7th Overall), Festus Ezeli (1st Round, 30th Overall), Draymond Green (2nd Round, 35th Overall)
Free Agency Analysis: The Warriors only made two real moves in free agency, but both truly improved the team. First the team finally found a legitimate backup big man...
David Lee scored 24 points to help the Golden State Warriors beat the Portland Trail Blazers 101-97 in a preseason game Friday night.
The Warriors held Stephen Curry out of the second half as a precaution after another player rolled up on his surgically repaired right ankle late in the second quarter.
Sasha Pavlovic hit a 3-pointer with one minute left to pull the Blazers within...