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8 months agoGolden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (groin) was unable to finish Thursday's contest against the Milwaukee Bucks due to an adductor strain. Curry was injured in the third quarter and played for a few minutes before heading back to the locker room. The 6-foot-3 guard not being able to return doesn't necessarily indicate the severity of the injury because the Warriors were getting blown out in the contest. Although he did look visibly distressed by the pain as he was heading to the locker room. The 30-year-old concluded the game with 10 points on five of 14 shooting while also adding in six assists and one rebound. Curry is scheduled for an MRI on Friday, and if he does end up missing time, Quinn Cook appears to be the next man up.--Spencer Aguiar - RotoBaller
Source: NBA

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