The Warriors lost Thursday night’s game against the Bucks 134-111. It was just their second loss of the season.
The Warriors also lost Steph Curry in the third quarter to an adductor strain.
Injury update: Stephen Curry (left adductor strain) will not return to tonight's game.
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) November 9, 2018
The injury occurred when Curry made a halfhearted attempt to play defense. Someone needs to tell him he doesn’t get paid to play defense, not even the halfhearted kind.
Steph Curry leaves game with left adductor strain.
He was 0-4 from three before the injury. The last time he missed every 3PTA in a game was Feb. 27 2017 (0-11 3PT). pic.twitter.com/UdjC9BKq6A
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) November 9, 2018
Curry will have an MRI on Friday to determine the extent of the injury, but it’s safe to say he will miss at least a few games. There’s no reason to rush him back early and risk further injury.