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CURRY OUT OF WARRIORS NEXT GAME

Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will return from a groin strain on Saturday at the Detroit Pistons, head coach Steve Kerr told reporters Wednesday. Curry, who has sat 10 straight games, has averaged 29.5 points, 6.1 assists and 5.0 rebounds. The Warriors are 10-2 when he's on the court

STEPH CURRY TO SOON RETURN

The Golden State Warriors are hopeful star point guard Stephen Curry can return to the court during their five-game road trip, which starts Thursday against the Toronto Raptors. The team announced Saturday that Curry should begin practicing next week as he recovers from a strained left groin. Curry hasn't played since the

DRAYMOND GREEN OUT WITH A TOE SPRAIN

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green underwent an MRI that showed the right toe injury he's been dealing with is a sprain. Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reported the update Saturday and noted Green, who has missed the Dubs' last five games, remains "day-to-day." The 28-year-old has never appeared in fewer than 70 games through

LEBRON CELEBRATED IN HIS RETURN TO THE CAVS

  CLEVELAND If only for one night, and perhaps for the final time, LeBron James brought a playoff atmosphere back to Northeast Ohio. While James, wearing purple and gold for the first time inside Quicken Loans Arena, was the enemy once again, this time had a much different feel. His Los Angeles

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS WIN AS GREEN MISSES OUT

Off-court storylines overshadowed the Golden State Warriors' 110-103 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday, as the team announced it suspended Draymond Green for the game following an altercation with Kevin Durant on Monday. "Obviously it's definitely weird he's not here. ... S--t happens in the NBA," Durant said of playing

CURRY SCORES 51 POINTS AS WARRIORS WIN

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry scored 51 points and moved up to fifth on the NBA's all-time 3-pointers list after knocking down 11 treys in a 144-122 win over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night. The two-time MVP finished the night shooting 15-for-24 from the field, 11-for-16 from beyond the arc and 10-for-10 from the free throw

D’Tigress fall to USA in FIBA Women’s World Cup quarterfinal

After winning the first quarter, D’ Tigress succumbed to a resurgent USA in the quarter-final of the FIBA Women’s W0rld Cup in Tenerife, Spain. The United States of America’s women basketball team shook off an inauspicious start to qualify for the semi-final with a 71-40 win over D’Tigress. Ezinne Kalu led

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