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Stephen Curry's return in Saturday-Monday range

OAKLAND -- Warriors general manager Bob Myers expects Stephen Curry to return from a sprained knee "somewhere around" the team's two-week timetable, but said Tuesday doesn't know for sure."I don't know that it'll be before," Myers told 95.7 The Game.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
10 Points

Draymond Green agrees with 'best all-around' assessment

OAKLAND -- Warriors forward Draymond Green is embracing the praise he's getting from Andrew Bogut for being one of the best if not the best all-around player in the NBA."I agree," Green said Tuesday, smiling.Green had a triple-double in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers after notching 13 of them in the regular season.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
4 Points

Terry Stotts: Warriors' Anderson Varejao made 'dangerous play'

SAN FRANCISCO -- Portland coach Terry Stotts said Warriors center Anderson Varejao made a dirty play in tripping Trail Blazers guard Gerald Henderson in Game 1 on Sunday."It was a leg whip, and I thought it was a dangerous play," Stotts said Monday.The tripping incident in the third quarter with the Warriors leading 87-61 came after Henderson bumped into Varejao, and both players were sent sprawling.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
12 Points

Despite Stephen Curry's absence, Warriors still winning

"They still move the ball really well."They do a great job of sharing the ball. there's a lot of shots out there, and Klay, he's the obvious guy to take some of those that are available," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. "We want him being as aggressive as possible, and he's been fantastic. If you allow them to be comfortable, you allow them to get those perimeter shots comfortably, being close to them isn't close enough.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
7 Points

Warriors' Curry won't play in Game 2

OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry will not play in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said."I'll just say he's doubtful just so we give everybody something to chew on," Kerr said Monday, grinning. With the team expected to take Wednesday off after Game 2 on Tuesday night, the next opportunity for Curry to resume 5-on-5 work would be Thursday."Hopefully he'll be a part of it," Kerr said.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
5 Points

Sports Stephen Curry aiming to play in Game 3

The Warriors offered a rough two-week timeline for Curry to return to basketball activities after an MRI exam revealed a Grade 1 MCL sprain."Thanks for all the messages and positive energy this past week," Curry wrote on Instgram on Saturday.Curry was thanking soccer star Lionel Messi for sending him an autographed jersey.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
19 Points

Sports Warriors roll past Blazers 118-106 in Game 1

OAKLAND -- Klay Thompson and the Warriors stayed hot as they continue to dominate in the playoffs without an injured Stephen Curry.Thompson scored a playoff career-high 37 points in the Warriors' 118-106 win in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday.The Warriors led by as many as 26 points as Thompson has taken over as the primary 3-point threat. Believing the contact to be intentional, Henderson bumped Varejao and gestured at him.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
6 Points

Stephen Curry could scrimmage this week

The Warriors offered a rough two-week timeline for Curry to return to basketball activities after an MRI exam revealed a Grade 1 MCL sprain."Thanks for all the messages and positive energy this past week," Curry wrote on Instgram on Saturday.Curry was thanking soccer star Lionel Messi for sending him an autographed jersey.
San Jose Mercury News
01/05
7 Points

Warriors confident, even without injured Stephen Curry

It was fast-paced, sweet-shooting Warriors basketball at its finest and accomplished after Curry limped his way off the floor. When Steph is with us, it's a bonus -- a superior team, a great team like we are."For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors. The Warriors will simply have to play through it."Our motto the last two years is 'Strength in Numbers,' " Marreese Speights said.
San Jose Mercury News
27/04
5 Points

Sports Howard: Rockets will win Game 5

HOUSTON -- Rockets center Dwight Howard expressed confidence heading into Game 5 in Oakland and his team needing a win against the Warriors to extend the series."Game 5 won't be the last game for us," he said after the 121-94 loss in Game 4. The Rockets employed the strategy as well, hacking Festus Ezeli and James Michael McAdoo.For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
16 Points

Sports Stephen Curry injured again as Warriors win Game 4

"The third quarter, it was just a breakdown."For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors. It was his first game since the tweak of his right ankle eight days earlier in Game 1, and his much-anticipated return was spoiled by the knee injury.The Warriors still roasted the Rockets."There's a reason why those guys are champions," Bickerstaff said.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
6 Points

Stephen Curry injured again as Warriors win Game 4

After Green scored eight straight Warriors points, Klay Thompson hit back-to-back 3-pointers and finished with four shots from beyond the arc in the quarter.Thompson scored a game-high 23 points, hitting seven 3-pointers one game after missing each of his seven attempts from beyond the arc.The Warriors finished 21 for 40 from 3-point range, which was one away from their franchise record.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
5 Points

Stephen Curry injured again as Warriors win Game 4

After Green scored eight straight Warriors points, Klay Thompson hit back-to-back 3-pointers and finished with four shots from beyond the arc in the quarter.Thompson scored a game-high 23 points, hitting seven 3-pointers one game after missing each of his seven attempts from beyond the arc.The Warriors finished 21 for 40 from 3-point range, which was one away from their franchise record.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
4 Points

Sports Warriors' Stephen Curry available for Game 4

The Warriors lead the series 2-1.For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors. HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry is available to play in Game 4 of the Warriors' first-round series against the Houston Rockets on Sunday after recovering from a right ankle injury.Curry went through his pregame warmup without incident.
San Jose Mercury News
24/04
5 Points
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