Stephen Curry is going to remain sidelined for the next three Golden State Warriors’ games, according to head coach Steve Kerr.
Curry missed the two-game road series against the Memphis Grizzlies, after the seven-time All-Star took a fall that caused a tailbone concussion vs. the Rockets.
Kerr explained Curry will be re-evaluated in one week as the latest MRI showed an inflammation in his tailbone. As a result, he’s going to miss his team’s next three contests.
The two-time MVP has been excellent so far this season keeping the Warriors in striking distance from the spots that lead in the playoffs in the tough Western Conference.
Jordan Poole has come through during Curry’s absence to help the Warriors in the scoring department averaging 25.5 points on 55.6-percent shooting from the field with 3.5 assists and three rebounds in his two starts.