Stephen Curry’s Headache Upgraded to a Mild Concussion; Won’t Play Wednesday

Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will miss Wednesday’s game vs. Memphis with a mild concussion.
Curry had his head smashed into court when Utah Marvin Williams fell on his head in the fourth quarter of Golden State’s 98-87 road win.
The Warriors initially said Curry just had a headache. But further tests  revealed the headache was a symptom of a concussion.
So Golden State is down its starting point guard, it’s backup point guard (Toney Douglas) and two back-up centers (Jermaine O’Neal and Festus Ezeli).
On top of that, Memphis – who has beaten the Warriors in 10 straight — is coming to town.

Marcus Thompson

  • Grey Warden

    Hope Curry gets better. A win tomorrow would be huge…


    Really? Its only Tuesday? Steph needs to toughen up a bit!


    BTW, I don’t see this as an upgrade. Wouldn’t it be considered a down grade to the concussion.

  • flaninerfan

    Start Barnes and move Iggy to PG. Time for the Baze to step up!