Warriors Source: Sporting News

Stephen Curry is the key player for the Golden State Warriors if they want to win this year’s championship. There is a reason why the once skinny kid from Akron, Ohio, is a future Hall of Famer. He helped the GSW become a modern-day Dynasty. Moreover, Steph led the Dubs to four NBA championships in a span of eight years. On top of that, Curry, along with his splash brother Klay Thompson, revolutionized the sport with their three-point shooting. Now, the two stars are looking to win their fifth title together in a span of ten years. They did not have a great start this season.

Moreover, the back-to-back suspensions of Draymond Green really let the team down initially. However, when Green returned and the trio (Steph, Klay, and Dray) got back together on the court, things started to change for the better gradually. Since then, the Golden State Warriors have recovered really well. Currently, they are the ninth seed in the Western Conference. However, things might seem to get worse as Stephen Curry hurt his ankle against the Chicago Bulls. Eventually, the Dubs lost to the visitors. 


Stephen Curry Shocked The Dub Nation After Twisting His Ankle 

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Stephen Curry Warriors Source: BasketUniverso

Late in the fourth quarter, when the Warriors were actually leading by two points, Steph left the game against the Bulls. He twisted his ankle, and it did not look good. Fans wonder how long he will have to stay out of the court with his new injury. Later, Chris Paul took Curry’s spot in the game when the Warriors were leading the Bulls 112-110. Steph was hobbling into the locker room at Chase Center. In Curry’s absence, the Bulls managed to get back to the game, outscoring the Dubs 15-10. Finally, the visitors defeated the seven-time champions 125-122. Clearly, the three-point King exited the game when the Dubs needed him the most. Anyway, the Bulls ace defenders Alex Caruso and Ayo Dosunmu guarded the Warriors superstar pretty well.

Hence, Stephen Curry only managed to score 15 points and had only one assist on Wednesday. The Warriors are getting ready for another game at home court on Saturday against the San Antonio Spurs. However, the rookie sensation Victor Wembanyama won’t be able to play as it seems after sustaining an ankle injury as well. Perhaps on Saturday, both Warriors and Spurs will miss their leading superstar player due to ankle injuries. If Curry joins the Spur’s sensation on the bench, it is something only time can tell.

Bulls Were Better Than The Warriors Anyway

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Steve Kerr Warriors Source: Blue Man Hoop

On Wednesday, Stephen Curry was struggling even before he hurt his ankle. He scored only 15 points, getting to the late fourth quarter. It was the great defense of the Chicago Bulls. The Warriors attempted 42 three-point shots and made baskets only 11 times out of those attempts.

DeMar DeRozan and Nikola Vucevic were pretty good in the offense for the Bulls. Moreover, the Dubs could not really find an answer for the Bull’s offense on Wednesday. Eventually, the Bulls had an offensive rating of 122.5. Moreover, it was a second leg of a back-to-back for the GSW.

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