Warriors star to miss at least two weeks

Stephen Curry

Warriors star to miss at least two weeks

The Golden State Warriors aren't a better team without Stephen Curry, but the defending National Basketball Association champions have the opportunity to grow as a collective unit while the two-time MVP is sidelined. Cook, who has been playing well with the G-League Santa Cruz Warriors, stands 6-foot-2, roughly the same height as star Hornets point guard Kemba Walker, who is listed at 6-1. Curry told reporters that his previous experience dealing with ankle sprains will help him in his latest tryst with injury. "We're not necessarily going to have the same lineup, night in and night out while Steph is out".

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"It might be a game-to-game thing, based on matchups", Kerr said. We have to and have no choice to be more more proficient and more precise with the way we play. We have to look at it as that opportunity. He played in 26 games during that lockout-truncated season, undergoing surgery on his right ankle in May 2011. Curry, the former two-time NBA MVP, injured his ankle during Golden State's 125-115 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday night.

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Let's be honest, the Golden State Warriors would still be insanely good, even without Steph Curry.

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