Stephen Curry's Epic Birthday Party Causes Warriors To Cancel Practice

Jose Verdugo
Marcha 14, 2018

RAPTORS 132, KNICKS 106: Jonas Valanciunas scored 17 points, Kyle Lowry had 16 and Toronto won at NY for its season-high eighth straight victory. Golden State is clearly at their best when at full strength, and while there's still plenty at stake in the Western Conference playoff race, the best thing the Warriors can do throughout the next month is maintain that effort, and most importantly, get healthy heading into the postseason. He scored 37 points in the victory, including 12-straight for Golden State in the final minutes to complete a comeback, but Curry's absence was certainly felt.

"Kevin Durant, I don't want to hear how much you miss Steph Curry.get over it!" His stats are impressive and make him one of the most exciting players to watch out for in the leading up to the NBA Playoffs. Durant remains hopeful that key players will return and the Warriors will return to their winning ways.

In 2017, Durant missed 19 games due to a knee injury. And D-West knows how to play and won a championship with us previous year.

The Golden State Warriors haven't been as dominant in the regular season as they've been in recent years with the Houston Rockets now atop of the Western Conference.

Once again Steve Kerr establishes himself as the ultimate players' coach.

More importantly, fans should be reminded that Golden State is still Curry's team. Kevin Durant finished the game with a team-high 40 points against their last opponent, the blazers.

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29-year-old Curry has deservedly become one of the most recognisable players in the National Basketball Association and in the world of sports thanks to his supernatural ability to score from any position in the court, which makes him a constant threat whenever he has the ball.

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The good news: With two days off, the Warriors could be close to completely healthy for Wednesday's home game against the Lakers.

Even the MVP candidate Durant admitted that he is missing the services of his co-star. "And Andre [Iguodala] and D-West, Jordan [Bell], so we're missing a lot, and we're just kind of playing on the fly each possession".

"It's weird not having Steph out there", Durant said after the loss on Sunday. Without Curry, the team has done a nice job of scoring. But the identity of the Warriors is based on "Chef" Curry largely.

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