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Warriors' Varejao says no intent to trip Henderson

On the play, Varejao was bumped by Henderson and Varejao's leg swiped backward and tripped Henderson, who quickly initiated a confrontation. Good."Varejao is the second Warriors player to be retroactively assessed a flagrant foul during the postseason. That's all."Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts welcomed the news when told that Varejao was hit with a flagrant foul: "Was he. If a player accumulates four points during the playoffs, he will get a one-game suspension.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
15 Points

Warriors' Varejao says no intent to trip Henderson

On the play, Varejao was bumped by Henderson and Varejao's leg swiped backward and tripped Henderson, who quickly initiated a confrontation. Good."Varejao is the second Warriors player to be retroactively assessed a flagrant foul during the postseason. That's all."Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts welcomed the news when told that Varejao was hit with a flagrant foul: "Was he. If a player accumulates four points during the playoffs, he will get a one-game suspension.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
3 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

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' Stephen Curry in good spirits

The last thing they want is the MVP further injuring himself during a sideline celebration. "It's good to see guys when they're hurt supporting the team. He's obviously frustrated and we just want him to know we're with him and we'll hopefully hold the fort down until he's back."Before the game, Curry took in chapel with Warriors and Rockets players in a room adjacent to the locker room. On his way, he playfully mimicked the familiar cry of security guards at Oracle Arena who yell, 'Hold 'em up.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
15 Points

Sports Lakers will get chance to woo Warriors' Luke Walton

He went 39-4 as interim head coach to start the season as Kerr battled back from offseason back surgery.Follow Jimmy Durkin on Twitter at Twitter.com/Jimmy_Durkin.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
7 Points
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Sports Spurs assistant topping Lakers coaching search

The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because of the private nature of the search.While many names have been mentioned, Messina and Golden State Warriors assistant Luke Walton are believed to be on the Lakers’ unofficial short list. According to a person with knowledge of Van Gundy's situation, he has also been contacted by the Lakers and does have an interest in the position.
USA Today
26/04
13 Points

Warriors say Curry has MCL sprain; out at least two weeks

If the Warriors advance, Curry is expected to miss games in the Western Conference semifinals against the Los Angeles Clippers or Portland Trail Blazers."Thanks 4 all the prayers & messages," tweeted Curry, who is scheduled to be re-evaluated in two weeks.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
20 Points
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Sports Stephen Curry injury changes everything for playoffs

From San Antonio to Oklahoma City, Cleveland, Los Angeles and beyond, the reality that Curry won’t be part of the Warriors’ championship equation for the foreseeable future means everyone else’s odds just went up.This was fast becoming Curry’s NBA, the Warriors winning in ways we had never seen and the rest of the league being left behind.  don’t call for it.Draymond Green will be the ultimate X-factor, not only because of his fiery ways but because his versatile skillset .
USA Today
26/04
5 Points
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Stephen Curry MRI reveals Grade 1 MCL sprain, to be re-evaluated in two weeks

He wants to play.”"I just feel so bad for him," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after the game. "He's been healthy all year long and all the sudden the playoffs start and a couple fluke things."The Warriors have a chance to end the series with Houston on Wednesday in Game 5.Follow AJ Neuharth-Keusch on Twitter @tweetAJNK. He’s so good, his shot is so great, his ballhandling is so great, the oopty-doo (style), and you forget to look at how competitive he is.
USA Today
26/04
15 Points

Warriors say Curry has MCL sprain; out at least two weeks

If the Warriors advance, Curry is expected to miss games in the Western Conference semifinals against the Los Angeles Clippers or Portland Trail Blazers."Thanks 4 all the prayers & messages," tweeted Curry, who is scheduled to be re-evaluated in two weeks.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
5 Points

Warriors' Stephen Curry out with right knee sprain

HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry suffered a sprained right knee on the final play of the first half and will not return to Game 4 of the Warriors' first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets.Curry while defending Trevor Ariza on the final play of the first half, lost his footing with his left leg and then grabbed his right knee after it buckled.Curry limped back to the locker room before jogging back onto the court and trying to warm up.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
1 Points
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Sports Warriors face more uncertainty with Curry entering Game 5

The Golden State Warriors are facing the possibility of another playoff game without star Stephen Curry.Curry missed the second half of a win over the Houston Rockets in Game 4 on Sunday with a sprained right knee and will have an MRI on Monday.Curry was injured on the final play of the first half. He finished with six points."It looked like his conditioning was fine, he just couldn't get his rhythm and I thought he was trying to do too much," Kerr said.
USA Today
25/04
6 Points
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Warriors go up 3-1 vs. Rockets, Curry hurt again

 Talk about mixed emotions.The Golden State Warriors, 3-1 series lead over the Houston Rockets and all, won’t know how to feel in these next few days. He also said the ankle was fine."Looked like he slipped on a wet spot, right before the half and we'll see what happens with the MRI," Kerr said. Howard, who plans to opt out and become a free agent, finished with 19 points and 15 rebounds.Follow Sam Amick on Twitter @sam_amick.
USA Today
25/04
13 Points
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