The point guard of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry, will not play this Thursday against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to the injury to his right knee that also left him on the sidelines in the controversial game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, discomfort that sets off alarms in the organization .
The Warriors’ plan is to reevaluate Curry this week to find out exactly how long he will be sidelined, this despite the fact that the MRI did not reveal structural damage to his knee injured in an unfortunate play.
The pilot has played 11 games this season, averaging 30.7 points per game, 4.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 48.8% in field goals, 44.6% in three-pointers and 93% in free throws.
Curry recently added his 33rd game in the NBA with 40 or more points, being the second with the most duels of these characteristics in the history of the league after Michael Jordan, who added 44 games with this number of units in his glorious career. as the best player in history.
The Warriors are seventh in the Western Conference with a 6-6 record and will have to face not only the loss of Curry, but also that of Draymond Green, suspended for 5 games for choking Rudy Gobert in a brawl.