Warriors News: Steph Curry Expected to Play Tuesday vs Heat
Steph Curry will reportedly play Tuesday in a matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Milwaukee Bucks.
Curry, who is dealing with a tailbone injury, played 37 minutes in a 117-111 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, scoring 37 points, five rebounds and two assists. Curry has missed six games this season due to the injury, including five consecutive games spanning from Mar 19-26. Jordan Poole started in place of Curry during that stretch.
A key playmaker for the Warriors, Curry has played 42 games, averaging nearly 33.8 minutes and registering 29.4 points, 5.5 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game. He also leads the team in usage with a 32.9% usage rate. He will face a Bucks rotation who leads the league in scoring, averaging 119.2 points per game, and rank third in the league in pace, averaging 101.9 possessions per game.
The Warriors, with a 23-27 record, are +16000 to win the NBA championship on FanDuel Sportsbook. This season they have allowed the seventh-most points to opponents, averaging 114 points per game.
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