Stephen Curry of Golden State Warriors day-to-day with adductor strain

Stephen Curry of Golden State Warriors day-to-day with adductor strain

Stephen Curry of Golden State Warriors day-to-day with adductor strain

"But he's not going to play (Saturday)".

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.

Curry underwent an MRI exam Friday but the Warriors will wait a few days to fully determine the severity of the injury. "But the MRI was encouraging, so it will be kind of a day-to-day thing". "He's going to be out until he's healthy and good to go".

Curry's injury came just when Draymond Green sat out due to a sprained right toe and foot while fellow All-Star DeMarcus Cousins has also yet to see action due to a left Achilles injury. "So, this doesn't look like it's going to be a long-term injury".

"He's a little bummed out", Kerr said. "So, he's disappointed but it could have been a lot worse".

As the Warriors await the results of Curry's MRI, teammate Kevin Durant didn't sound too concerned about Curry's setback. "It's not a quad".

"As a team we played really hard".

The superstar guard scored 10 points before he departed - his second straight game with fewer than 20. Kerr is confident that both players will be back on the floor soon. With a big slate of games every Wednesday, we've asked a couple of our National Basketball Association experts - Doug Kezirian and Andre Snellings - to give their best bets for the night.

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