Two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Can Play, says Golden State Coach Steve Kerr
LOS ANGELES, USA – Star of the Golden Warriors Stephen Curry will return from injury against the Pistons in Detroit on Saturday, December 1, coach Steve Kerr said Wednesday.
Kerr ruled Curry from a two-time match between champions defenders against league leaders in Toronto on Thursday, despite the fact that Curry himself "knows how to play."
He said that Curry, having recovered from the left groin strain that was defeated in Milwaukee on November 8, had “looked great” over the past two days.
But the team decided to act cautiously at the beginning of the season.
“If it was a playoff game, he would absolutely play,” said Kerr. “But this is November. Be careful, this is the word of the day. ”
Kerr said that Curry was particularly disappointed that he missed the game in Toronto, not only because predators currently have the best record in the NBA, but also because he has fond memories of a Canadian city since his father, Dell Curry, has been playing there since 1999 -2002.
Curry, the two-time NBA's most valuable player, made a strong start this season when the warriors began their bid for the third NBA title. He averaged 29.5 points, 6.1 assists and 5 rebounds and shooting 49.2 percent of the three-point range before he was hurt.
In 10 games that Curry missed, Warriors 5-5. This includes a rare four-game game, although they returned with three straight victories. – Rappler.com