Steph Curry, Kevin Durant Will Not Play Vs Kings

Jonathan Hernandez
November 29, 2017

He poured in a team-high 24 on Saturday, including 7-of-9 on 3-pointers, but missed a potential game-tying shot at the buzzer. "Life", Green explained, "who drives home faster from the practice facility, who gets to the game earlier".

"What we thought would be the best birthday present ever for our soon to be 10 year old (considering he didn't want a party like most kids his age) and instead insisted that he gets the chance to see and meet Stephen Curry who he adores so much". Green was originally listed as questionable, but appears to be back in the lineup. Durant is still bothered by that left ankle sprain, while Iguodala has a left knee bruise still bothering him, though he did practice today.

That launches a six-game, 10-day journey.

They'll travel to Los Angeles Tuesday night for Wednesday's game, then play in Orland Friday, Miami Sunday, New Orleans Monday, Charlotte next Wednesday and Detroit the following Friday. Curry and Durant are the Warriors two leading scorers.

Warriors cited Curry's injury, which is listed as a right hand contusion, as expected wear and tear through the National Basketball Association season rather than any specific incident that caused him pain, according to the Mercury News . He hurt the finger/hand when he tumbled to the court during Saturday night's victory over New Orleans.

The Golden State Warriors can afford to give Kevin Durant all the time he needs to rest a sore ankle if they keep playing like they did in the last two games.

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