Golden State Warriors’ point guard and 2x MVP Steph Curry suffered a left adductor strain during the team’s eventual 134-111 loss to the streaking Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday. The MRI on Friday came back negative, he’s been given the “day to day” status, and he won’t play in the Warriors next game against the Nets.
If you want to know more about the injury, you’re in the right place. In the following video, I break down:
- The injury itself
- What the adductors do
- The recovery and clearance process
- Any risks moving forward
So lets go:
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