Stephen Curry leaves Bucks-Warriors game with adductor strain

Stephen Curry leaves Bucks-Warriors game with adductor strain

"For us as a team that's just building and trying to figure out a way to contend, for us to just have small milestones along the way and to just continue to improve and win, games like that on the road are fun", Horst said. Steve Kerr said in the aftermath of the game that Curry was going to get an MRI on Friday, and while meeting with the media, the Dubs coach gave a bit of news that will lead to Golden State fans breathing a sigh of relief.

"You get that tweak on the inside of your thigh and the lateral movement becomes hard", he said.

Klay Thompson was the Warriors highest scorer on the night with 24 points, Durant had 17 points and Curry shot 10 points. "So, we've got to get the movement and the strength back in it before he can go out and play".

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The Warriors are already playing without veterans Draymond Green (toe sprain) and Shaun Livingston (foot soreness), both of whom have been ruled out of Saturday's game as well. We won the last eight, were feeling pretty good about ourselves, and it's one of those nights. "So I really think that yeah, it's starts with Giannis, but we have great core guys that have really benefited from the style of play and shooters we've put around him".

The Bucks, who are now 9-2, sit in second place in the NBA's Eastern Conference behind the Raptors, who are 11-1. "We'll just monitor his progress over the next several days". Although we did have 30 assists, 18 turnovers is way too high.

"He seems good to me", Durant said. We have to be smart. "Just staying ready, you've just always got to work - come in early, stay late".