Stephen Curry probable for Saturday’s matchup against the Raptors
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Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been listed as probable for Saturday’s game against the Toronto Raptors, the team announced.
In addition, Omri Casspi (low back soreness) & Andre Iguodala (hip flexor strain) are questionable.
Curry injured his right ankle when he slipped during a shooting workout after Wednesday’s morning shootaround in Oakland.
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Curry went through a full practice Thursday afternoon in Milwaukee ahead of Friday’s matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks. Still, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr opted to sit his star guard out against the team’s 108-94 win over the Bucks.
This isn’t the first time Curry has experienced issues with his right ankle this season. On Dec. 4, Curry sprained the right ankle in the waning moments of a 125-115 win against the Pelicans, subsequently missing 11 games.
Warriors went 9-2 over the span.
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Source:: The Mercury News – Sports