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Warriors' Curry wins Magic Johnson Award

OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry was named the winner of the Magic Johnson Award, which recognizes the top player who shows "cooperation and dignity" in dealing with the media and public.Curry, who was a finalist for last season's award that went to Chicago's Pau Gasol, was selected through a vote of Professional Basketball Writers Association members.Curry is the first Warriors players to receive the award since it was created in 2001.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
4 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

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 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

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

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

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry probable to play Game 4 against Houston Rockets

He is one of the best in the league at moving without the basketball."Said Kerr: "Whether Steph makes shots at a high rate or not, he's going to make an impact on the game."The Warriors became the first team in league history not to lose back-to-back games in the regular season when they went 73-9 and hope that continues in the playoffs."That's something we're very proud of," Kerr said. "Generally when we've lost, we've bounced back really well and played not only hard, but intelligently.
San Jose Mercury News
24/04
3 Points

Stephen Curry expected to play for Warriors in Game 4

"So we're expecting him to play, but we'll see how he is tomorrow morning."Kerr said he expected to monitor Curry's minutes given that his conditioning level had changed after having gone eight days between games.Curry was injured in Game 1, and after missing the next two games, the Warriors have a 2-1 lead in the series.
San Jose Mercury News
23/04
3 Points

Stephen Curry says he's close to being pain-free

HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry and the Warriors appeared more hopeful he would be able to play in Game 4 of the Warriors' first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets on Sunday.Curry said he "had pretty good confidence" in his recovering right ankle with every move he tried Friday while playing 3-on-3.
San Jose Mercury News
23/04
3 Points

Sports Warriors notebook: Curry overruled, sits out against Rockets

HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry wanted to play in Game 3 against the Houston Rockets but was overruled."Weighing the pluses and the minuses, very easy decision," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.Curry had participated in shootaround before meeting with orthopedic team physician Bill Mahoney and team trainers.
San Jose Mercury News
22/04
3 Points

Warriors notebook: Curry overruled, sits out against Rockets

HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry wanted to play in Game 3 against the Houston Rockets but was overruled."Weighing the pluses and the minuses, very easy decision," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.Curry had participated in shootaround before meeting with orthopedic team physician Bill Mahoney and team trainers.
San Jose Mercury News
22/04
3 Points

Curry: Probably not ready to play yet

HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry said Wednesday that while his injured right ankle was improving, he probably couldn't play in his current state.The Warriors' star guard remains listed as questionable, and a final determination could be made as early as Thursday morning before Game 3 of the first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets."Not being able to go game speed and have confidence in the moves I need to do," Curry explained as the reason he didn't feel like he could play at the moment.
San Jose Mercury News
21/04
3 Points

Warriors' Myers: Curry decision will be made Thursday morning

Curry punched basketball in frustration, walked off the court and was relegated to the sideline in a game the Warriors went on to win to take a 2-0 game in the first-round series.Myers said that Curry walking pain-free was "kind of new," describing the discomfort before Game 2 as "limited, very slight pain."An MRI exam that Curry underwent Tuesday confirmed there was no major injury."The MRI was more precautionary just to rule out anything that someone might be missing," Myers said.
San Jose Mercury News
21/04
4 Points
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