Warriors have to do without curry again

Warriors have to do without curry again

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Stephen Curry was absent from the 76ers because of flu

Only two days after his Comeback after a broken hand the Golden State Warriors in the NBA had to do without Stephen Curry again.

The superstar was absent from the 118: 114 against the Philadelphia 76ers because of flu. (SERVICE: NBA table)

The Warriors announced before the game that Curry “had no specific risk factors for the COVID-19 (Corona virus, editor’s note)“and have normal winter flu.


“I was with Steph at Oakland on Friday for training and yesterday afternoon as well, so he felt good,” said Warriors coach Steve Kerr. “He woke up in the morning feeling sick. I know his little son was sick for a few days, so he probably got it from his son, but our doctors examined him and it’s normal flu.”

Warriors turn up in the last quarter

Kerr also announced that Center Kevon Looney would be out for at least three weeks after his hip injury. Forward Draymond Green also had to pass due to a knee injury against the 76ers and missed his fifth game in a row.

Despite the many injuries, Philadelphia won their third win in their last five games. Damion Lee and Eric Paschall convinced with 24 and 23 points respectively and ensured that the Warriors left the court as the winner despite an 82:90 deficit at the beginning of the last quarter.

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Curry had missed 58 games due to his broken hand and had returned to Friday night. In the 113: 121 against the Toronto Raptors, the 31-year-old was top scorer of his team with 23 points. The Warriors are the worst team in the league this season and have no chance of playoffs. (SERVICE: Results / Schedule NBA)