Golden State will be the first round of the playoffs in the NBA without his knee injured star player Stephen Curry (30) finish off. That has coach Steve Kerr Sunday, let me know.
“It is impossible that he will play in the first round,” said the coach of the reigning NBA champion. “Within three weeks he re-examined. We must prepare for a period without him, we will see how he will return.”
The company believes Kerr that Curry is still in good shape, will play in the play-offs. “We know that he is often strong return after injury. There is a big chance that he is during the play-offs are back and that the team was back at full war strength can run.”
Curry was on Friday against the Atlanta Hawks just returned from an ankle injury that made him six games on the side. After a collision with team-mate JaVale McGee limped he, however, with a painful left knee of the dining hall. Examination in the hospital revealed that Curry a band in his left knee has strained.
The play-offs start on april 14.