Stephen Curry still confident about his comeback in Game 4

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Stephen Curry still confident about his comeback in Game 4

Stephen Curry still confident about his comeback in Game 4

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors star is hopeful about his spot on the team’s list for Game 4, when his team faces Houston Rockets on Sunday. The player, who missed game 2 and 3 because of a sprained ankle, feels positive about his appearance.

When curry expressed to coach Steve Kerr he was ready to play against Houston on Thursday, Kerr said “it wasn’t worth the risk.”

“It was their call,” Curry said Friday of the team’s decision. “If I would have got the green light I definitely would have played and felt confident there. Hopefully that leads to even more confidence come Sunday.”

When they asked him if he would be surprised if his name wasn’t on the list, he answered, “Very.”

His team leads the best-of-seven series 2-1. They will play Game 4 in Houston.

Curry took part in the 3-on-3 games on Friday, this a conditioning practice  for  bench players, and also for star players coming off injury.

“It’s a good session,” Curry said. “Played a couple games. Got some rhythm, got through it.”

Curry still needs to work on some aspects, according to him he was “pretty close” to pain-free, but when it comes to full-speed drills he was still rusty. Also, he’s “awful” at his change of direction and explosion.

According to coach Kerr, “Steph looked good. Played 3-on-3. He had a pretty good shooting workout afterward, reported no pain. Seemed to be moving well. All that’s good news.”

“Hopefully tomorrow, without any repercussions, we’ll just put him through the whole practice and get him another day of rhythm,” Kerr said.

Curry had to admit he and the coaching/athletic staffs were not on the same page when it comes to the injury.

“I’m sure coach and the athletic training staff are on similar wavelengths of being more on the precautious side, obviously,” Curry said. “I’ve been pretty honest about just how I feel, making sure I don’t do anything to damage my ankle even further, put myself in a bad position. … We want to get a proper feedback and not hide things.

“I think I could play through a little bit of discomfort and whatnot, especially in a playoff kind of situation. They have kind of the thought if there is any ounce of instability or doubt, to be on the more cautious side.”

Curry is not planning to wear any suits on Sunday, when they told him to buy a suit in case he doesn’t play, he said “I will not be going to any suit store.”

 

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