Hope for the Golden State Warriors in the midst of the crisis that plagued Steve Kerr’s team. The Bay Area franchise claims that Stephen Curry’s injury is making good progress and that he will be reassessed again in two weeks.
The point guard suffered a subluxation of his left shoulder on December 14 against the Indiana Pacers, an injury of uncertain diagnosis that the Warriors spoke of at the beginning of “several weeks.”
Since Curry was gone, the defending champion has won one game and lost three, winning on a difficult track like that of the Raptors (110-126), but losing in Philadelphia (118-106) and, above all, suffering, more What defeats, embarrassments in New York against the Knicks (132-94) and Nets (143-113).
The Warriors star this morning at home against Santi Aldama’s Memphis Grizzlies in one of the most attractive games of the Christmas day (02:00, peninsular time). Eleventh in the West with 15-18, Kerr’s men cannot afford to fail more in view of direct access to the play-offs. At home, the Warriors are much more like the usual but without Curry everything is more complicated as in fact it is already being seen.