Curry hobbled to the locker room late in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 125-115 win over the Pelicans after twisting his right ankle badly while going for a steal.
Also for Golden State, forward (right shoulder), guard (right knee) and center (left shoulder) are questionable for Wednesday's game against. Finals MVP Kevin Durant has stepped up in Curry's absence, averaging 32.3 points, 9.6 rebounds, 6.6 assists and 3.0 blocks over the last seven games before Saturday's tilt against Denver.
Mayo Clinic Minute: Importance of flu vaccine
Tobleman and Schneider stressed that it's not too late to get the flu shot, which is recommended for anyone at least 6 months old. Schneider and Tobleman both said they often have to fight back the common misconception that the flu shot can give you the flu.
So leading up to their battle on Christmas both days, both the Warriors and the Cavaliers are carrying a lot of momentum with them.
The Warriors are now the hottest team in the league, riding an 11-game winning streak.
Pipe denies 'despicable' coughing claims at Alexandra Palace
Smith narrowly missed, but he still had one dart left and a double-10 to win. Justin Pipe isn't the most popular guy in the darts world at the moment. .
The Warriors are banged up but getting healthier, and, by the way, have won 11 in a row. Pachulia further added, "This game doesn't kind of decide anything, but at the same time, of course, we would love to win". "It's Christmas Day and national TV, our Finals opponent for three straight years".
Multiple times through the call, everybody was asked about the James Harden-Chris Paul duo and the surging Houston Rockets, and what's their view on facing this team in the Playoffs. "So great team, and it should be fun on Monday". Barring any setbacks, Smith will start at shooting guard on Christmas. "So if we weren't playing Cleveland on Christmas and I told you Steph hasn't played in a 3-on-3 game, hasn't had any contact at all and the game is 48 hours from now, you'd say, 'oh, Steph's not going to play".
Phoenix Suns release guard Mike James
Canaan has been productive, and with Booker returning soon, Canaan was signed to a contract for the rest of the season. Now it seems the Suns are content with the performance Canaan has displayed at running the offense.