The Golden State Warriors have been without star point guard Steph Curry for the past three games. Curry strained his left groin last week in a game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Golden State released an injury update for its star. According to the release, Curry’s injury persists and he’ll miss the Warriors’ three-game road trip – although he’ll travel with the team.
The team announced Curry will be re-evaluated again in 10 days.
Here’s the release.
Stephen Curry injury update: pic.twitter.com/1wwcbNgB1i
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) November 14, 2018
Curry leads the team in scoring this year, despite missing the past three games. The Warriors are 2-1 in those games, but the overtime loss to the Los Angeles Clippers this week brought out an ugly altercation between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green.
Steph’s return to the team could be good for morale if nothing else.
Golden State’s 10-day timetable means Curry could return for the team’s game against the Sacramento Kings on Nov. 24 – meaning he’ll miss at least five games.