Lyou boston celtics they are two wins away from their 18th NBA ring. They survived a lethal third quarter to win 116-100 to the Golden State Warri
Lyou boston celtics they are two wins away from their 18th NBA ring. They survived a lethal third quarter to win 116-100 to the Golden State Warriors Wednesday, but the biggest story is Stephen Curry’s health.
Steph suffered multiple blows to the mid-body region, but the concern is whate Al Horford fell on his left leg fighting for the ball on the floor in the closing minutes of Game 3.
Play that Curry himself mentioned was similar to the injury that cost him the last 12 games of the regular season and that It also happened against Boston. “I haven’t seen the play, I don’t know if it could have been avoided or not. It was like the situation with Marcus (Smart) in the bay, you just want to get your leg out of the way.. It’s what he was trying to do at the time, knowing the position he was in,” Steph said at the end of Game 3.
The first injury, on March 16, he sat out Curry for the last 12 games of the regular season and was a substitute in the first four games of the playoffs. Steve Kerr didn’t want to get ahead of himself and said they’ll wait for more studies, but several reporters noted that Curry left the TD Garden with a marked limp, though the greatest shooter of all time doesn’t expect to miss out on the Finals.
“From the way I feel, it’s not that bad. I hope he responds well in the next two days.” I don’t think I’m going to lose a game.”
Shams Charania of The Athletic reported on Thursday afternoon that there is optimism on the part of the player, who did not require an MRI and will participate in afternoon training.