22 March, 2018
In this five-game stretch without Curry, the Warriors have been 2-3. Their next contest is Friday at home against Atlanta.
Paul George #13 and Russell Westbrook #0 of the Oklahoma City Thunder looks on against the Golden State Warriors during the second half of their NBA basketball game at ORACLE Arena on February 6, 2018 in Oakland, California.
The Warriors are dealing with injuries to all four of the All-Star players.
While the Warriors can use these skeleton-crew games as an excuse to give reserves minutes and rest their core four for a playoff run that could be a bit more hard than last year's historic march, the team could understandably be anxious to see Curry get back to action before the playoffs.
According to previously stated injury timelines, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson should still be out for the game, so Curry won't have almost as many weapons around him as he's accustomed to.More news: Nigerian Govt Lied, Boko Haram Fighters, Money Swapped For Dapchi Girls
With the postseason, the defending champions are being cautious with Curry.
LeBron James notched up his 16th triple-double this season with 40 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat Milwaukee Bucks 124-117.
Curry was physically able to play - and actually pushed to return - last weekend, according to league sources.
Steph is averaging 43.9 FanDuel points per game this season.
Golden State has a three-day break between Monday's loss in San Antonio and their next game on Friday, that will feature two practices and a shoot around.