Stephen Curry missed the second half of the game against the Boston Celtics after hurt on the left foot. An accurate diagnosis is still off, Warriors coach Steve Kerr complained about a “dangerous” play of Marcus Smart.
In the middle of the second quarter, the Warriors superstar injured in a collision with smart. In a loose ball, the Celtics defender in the direction of the ball, but crashed into the left leg of curry, so that he obviously injured the left ankle. Subsequently, the 34-year-old humped under visual pain and could no longer play in the second half.
“That was a dangerous play,” Warriors-coach Steve Kerr complained about the 88: 110-broke addressed to the scene in which curry injured. Directly following the play, there was already a small discussion on the Court between Kerr and Smart.
“Marcus was hiked in Steph, so I was upset,” Kerr continued, who also emphasized, “I have a lot of respect for Marcus. He is an incredible player, a real competitor. I have him in a world championship Couples trained. We talked again after the game, everything is fine. But I found that was a dangerous play. “
The contradicted Curry’s teammate Draymond Green: “I expect Marcus Smart that he makes this play, he plays hard. I can not call the play dirty. So unhappy it is. Maybe it was unnecessary, but I can not call it dirty, On each level we are taught that we should pike for a free ball. This did Marcus. “
Stephen Curry: MRI examination should bring clarity
There is no accurate diagnosis of curry injury yet. “We know more after MRT,” Kerr said. According to ESPN the MRI examination took place directly after the game. In the current season in the current season, curry presented average 25.5 points and 6.3 assists.
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The injury occurred a game after the return of Green on Monday and thus the first complete joint appearance of the Warriors-Big-Three around Curry, Green and Klay Thompson since the finals 2019. Nevertheless, the Warriors with 47 wins and 23 defeats prove the third Place in the west.