By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Golden State Warriors are going through an injury bug. The reigning NBA Champions lost Stephen Curry to an injury.
Next, the fellow member of the Splash Brothers, Klay Thompson, went down after suffering an injury during Curry’s 30th birthday party. Now, they’re going to be without Kevin Durant.
KD will miss at least two weeks of action due to an incomplete rib cartilage fracture, the team announced on Friday. Durant was initially ruled out for Friday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings, but Head Coach Steve Kerr said that he would undergo an MRI.
Durant admitted to the media he initially suffered the injury last Sunday against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
“Hopefully, it gets better in the next week or so,” Durant said, according to The Athletic’s Anthony Slater.
The Warriors have a tough task in front of them without their three biggest stars for the time being. They’re going to have to have other players step up to keep pace in the Western Conference.
Golden State is looking to be the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference for the fourth straight year, but they may not happen this year. The Houston Rockets presently lead the West.
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