Stephen Curry listed as questionable vs. Bucks
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MILWAUKEE — The moves looked precise as Warriors guard Stephen Curry moved around the court.
He took a series of 3-point shots and jumpers. He shot some free throws. And he did not make any sudden falls on the floor.
Though Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he thought Curry “did look good” as he completed all of Thursday’s practice at Marquette University, the Warriors (33-9) have listed Curry as questionable for Friday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks (22-18) after missing Wednesday’s game against the Clippers because of an aggravated sprain in his right ankle.
“We’ll see how he holds up tomorrow,” Kerr said of Curry. “He’s going to come shoot around in the morning and see how he feels.”
In the portions of practice that were open to the media, Curry did not appear to show any discomfort with his ankle. Yet, Kerr said “it’s really up to the training staff” on Curry’s availability. The Warriors want to remain cautious with Curry, who had previously missed 11 games after spraining his right ankle on Dec. 6 in New Orleans.
Meanwhile, Warriors guard Klay Thompson practiced and is expected to play against Milwaukee after missing Wednesday’s game against the Clippers for rest purposes. The Warriors also listed forward Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) and Shaun Livingston (left knee contusion), though both practiced.
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Source:: The Mercury News – Sports