The soldiers quest to get a seventh straight streak may perhaps get more durable as level guard Stephen Curry has become ruled questionable for Monday night’s game against the Orlando Magic having a thigh contusion.
Curry endured the damage in the first quarter of Saturday night’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers when Curry took a knee towards the thigh from Sixer guard Ben Simmons though coming off a display.
Following the Sixers game, Curry, who played the rest of the contest, appeared unsure if he’d skip time with all the damage.
“Hopefully I’ll be alright,” Curry mentioned.
The warriors took Sunday off, offering Curry a chance to get remedy on the team’s facility.
Curry’s injured thigh arrives about the heels of forward Kevin Durant coming back from his very own thigh injuries Friday evening. Durant’s damage, endured Monday night time against the Heat, caused the all-star to miss out on Wednesday’s game against the Timberwolves.
Should Curry be unavailable, Shaun Livingston will most likely receive the starting nod Monday against the Magic.