The Warriors lost game three, should they bring back their injured star player? | The Tylt
Unless you've been in a basketball-less dream for two years, you know Steph Curry is one of the best players on the court right now. But he wasn't on the court for game three of the Warriors against the Blazers. The Warriors are a solid team, but they couldn't pull out a win without their superstar guard. The Warriors now lead the series 2-1.
Steph Curry has been out since April 25th after he suffered a Grade 1 MCL sprain late in the first half of Game 4 against the Houston Rockets. For those of you not in medical school, that means he messed up his knee.
The Blazers took advantage of Curry's absence with a decisive victory. But there is hope for a comeback. Curry joined his team on the court before the game for some warm ups. It seems like he is on the mend. But the worst thing that could happen is playing him too soon and exacerbating the injury.
So, should Steph Curry put on a jersey and play in game 4 this Monday or should he sit it out and continue to heal?
The Warriors lost game three, should they bring back their injured star player?
GSW has no reason to rush Curry back...they will sweep Portland with their bench playing— Troydan (@TroydanGaming) May 6, 2016
Ima need Curry to step up off that bench— Hermes (@hermesjordan1) May 8, 2016
I don't see the Warriors losing when they get Curry back in the lineup— Slick Tha Don (@SlickCorleone) May 8, 2016
Even if they lose tonight I woul still rest curry for game 4 or have him coming off the bench— ™ (@__GirlKayCee) May 8, 2016