Golden State Warriors continue to sink into difficulties after Stephen Curry was injured. After the game against the Indiana Pacers, the 34-year-old star was diagnosed with a dislocated left shoulder. This happened when Stephen Curry tried to win the ball back while Jalen Smith was on the basket.
Stephen Curry has a left shoulder injury
Recently, the doctors of the Golden State Warriors officially confirmed that the player nicknamed ‘Chef Curry’ will be absent for at least 2 more weeks.
Since Curry was injured, the Golden State Warriors have lost 4 of 5 games. Luckily for them, Curry remained patient and upbeat during his recovery. He told TNT: “Luckily I only had a minor shoulder injury. This can also be seen as a short time for me to rest. I am still in recovery. I will be back soon.”
Curry’s injury was initially expected to take a long time to recover, and the new update gives the Golden State Warriors some hope as the league has entered a tough phase.
Across the 26 games he played, Stephen Curry averaged 30 points, 6.8 assists and 6.6 rebounds, as well as a 43.4% performance at the 3-point line. The name expected to replace Curry is Jordan Poole. But so far, the $140 million player has not shown stability.