Monday, December 6 2021

Steph questionable for Warriors vs. Cavs with hip contusion originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

The Warriors might be short-handed when they face the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Thursday night.

Steph Curry is questionable for the game with a left hip contusion, while Andre Iguodala will be out for left hip injury management. It’s a front-end of a back-to-back for the Warriors. Golden State will face the Detroit Pistons on Friday.

Curry and the 12-2 Warriors are fresh off a 117-99 beatdown of Kevin Durant and the Nets in Brooklyn on Tuesday night. Curry poured in 37 points against the Nets, showing himself to be the early season front-runner for MVP.

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The Cavs have been one of the NBA’s early-season surprises, but injuries to rookie big man Evan Mobley and Collin Sexton will hamper Cleveland’s ability to hang in the Eastern Conference playoff race.

No Iguodala on Thursday could mean more minutes for rookie Jonathan Kuminga who has been impressive in short bursts so far this season.

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Source: Yahoo Sports

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