Warriors PG Stephen Curry Will Play vs. Lakers

Warriors  point guard Stephen Curry has been cleared to play Monday night’s game against the visiting Lakers.
Curry was questionable after spraining his right ankle in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s win over Washington. He received treatment Sunday and Monday. After pregame warm-ups, watched by coach Mark Jackson, the athletic trainers and even general manager Bob Myers, was given the green light to take part in the starting lineup.
It was the third time he’s sprained his ankle this season, the other two times happening in January. But he’s only missed four games this season, two each time.
Monday’s game has some importance. The rival Lakers have beaten Golden State six straight times, including three straight at Oracle. Perhaps most important, the Warriors sit just a half-game ahead of Houston for the No. 6 seed in the Western Conference with 11 games to play.
Should the Warriors have rested him? Or if he can play, he should play (especially against the Lakers)

Marcus Thompson

  • Jay

    Did not mention the hip. He should rest.


    This game is important. If they all give him the green light then playing is crucial!!! LETS GO DUBS!!!

  • Stan

    I was reading about old Warriors like Cazzie Russell and Clyde Lee. All still alive and working at 68. Funny,that old B-ballers live long lives unlike Football and even baseball players to a certain extent.
    B-ball is good for your health!

  • Grey Warden

    Warriors slacked off in the 4th quarter. Team doesn’t know how to finish games with a big lead.

  • Stan

    Great game. Kobe and Nash and Wade..subjected to Warrior abuse? Never thought the day would come. Its been a long wait since 1975.