The Golden State Warriors may have to defend their 29-1 record without their ace in the pocket.
Steph Curry suffered a leg injury after Monday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings, and could possibly sit out the Warriors’ next two games.
Warriors coach Luke Walton says Steph wants to play despite the injury, according to Mercury News:
“He hasn’t said anything except for he wants to play. Even last night in the game, when I saw him in the game limping and I tried to take him out, he gave the wave-off and said that it was fine.”
We’ll have to see if the Chef suits up tonight against the Dallas Mavericks, but before news of the injury, his wife couldn’t help but celebrate her husband’s first triple double of the season on Monday night.
Joining in on the Dub Nation social media celebration following the game, Ayesha Curry channeled her inner Ice Cube with this quote from Cube’s 1992 West Coast anthem “It Was A Good Day,” to give her husband props for yet another achievement.
A good day, indeed.
The Bay Area’s 2015 NBA Champions took on Steph Curry’s brother Seth Curry and the Sacramento Kings at the Oracle Arena on Monday night, where the Warriors added another win to their historic record and Steph finished with 23 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists for his first triple double of the season.