Steph Curry, one of the best basketball players in the world, a three-time NBA champion, two-time MVP in the World’s Strongest League and six-time All-Star, was badly injured in a match between his Golden State and Phoenix.
The Golden State has struggled since the start of the season, and despite losing to the Phoenix (121: 110), it suffered another heavy blow last night with Curry’s injury.
Curry broke his left palm in the crash after colliding with Phoenix center Aaron Baines.
He was piercing when Kelly Abres and Aaron Baines approached him. The collapse further exacerbated the fact that Baines – a 2.08 m and 118 kg “land” – landed on him.
The 30th of the Golden State withdrew in the dressing room and the initial assessment was that it was a fracture.
Judging by the painful expression on Curry’s face, the injury is not to be neglected.
So far no details on how serious the injury is and how long Curry will be absent from the field.
Curry’s injury couldn’t have come at a worse time – in the long run, Clay Thompson is also missing.
Kawaii Lenard was credited with 30 points for the Los Angeles Clippers’ new victory, while Golden State Warriors rejoiced in their first season win over New Orleans.
With 30 points, 6 assists and 7 rebounds, Kawaii Lennard was the best individual in the match between his Los Angeles Clippers and guest Charlotte Hornets. And in the fourth game, the Clippers surpassed the 100-point mark, and Lou Williams with 23 and Montrez Farrell with 19 were effective tonight.
The 2018, 2017 and 2015 Golden State Warriors champions finally got their first win in the third game. Captain Stephen Curry scored 26, D’Angelo Russell 24, while Demion Lee scored 23 points. However, the most effective player in the match was the Pelicans’ player, Brandon Ingram, with 27.
Detroit Pistons – Indiana Pacers 96:94
New York Knicks – Chicago Bulls 105: 98
Atlanta – Philadelphia 76-air 103: 105
Toronto Raptors – Orlando Magic 104: 95
Houston Rockets – Oklahoma City Thunder 116: 112
Milwaukee Bucks – Cleveland Cavaliers 129: 112
New Orleans Pelicans – Golden State Warriors 123: 134
San Antonio Spurs – Portland Trail Blazers 113: 110
Phoenix Suns – Utah Jazz 95:96
Sacramento Kings – Denver Nuggets 94: 101
Los Angeles Clippers – Charlotte Hornets 111: 96