The Warriors provided the following update on Stephen Curry’s health Wednesday afternoon:
Warriors guard Stephen Curry, who has missed the team’s last three (3) games after suffering a mild to moderate strained left groin on November 8 vs. Milwaukee, continues to be monitored and evaluated by the team’s training and medical staff, as indicated initially last week. He will travel on the team’s upcoming three-game road trip to Texas—but will not play—and will be re-evaluated again in 10 days.
Curry was not present during the team’s last road game on Monday in Los Angeles, when things came to a boiling point between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant. The two engaged in a verbal altercation on the bench so heated, that it led to Green being suspended without pay for Tuesday’s game vs. the Hawks.
Though he won’t play, it seems reasonable to assume that Curry is joining the team to serve as a mediating influence between Green and Durant. During a terse press conference on Tuesday night, Durant told the media he still hadn’t spoken to Green.
The Warriors will face the Rockets, Mavericks, and Spurs on the road trip before heading home to face the Thunder next Wednesday.