Steve Kerr Comments On Warriors' Embarrassing Defeat To Knicks In Steph Curry's Absence

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The Golden State Warriors, the reigning champions, were defeated by the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden 132-94 without Steph Curry.

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Without the NBA's all- time three-point king on their roster, the Bay Area squad is merely 1-5.

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Steve Kerr concisely summarised the Warriors' predicament without the two-time MVP following the game (via C.J. Holmes):

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"We sank tonight. We're trying to hang in there and we will. We have another game tomorrow."

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The Warriors' record now stands at 15-17, enough for only 11th place in the Western Conference following tonight's defeat to the Knicks.

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When Kerr's squad plays the Brooklyn Nets tomorrow night to conclude a difficult six- game road trip, things won't get any easier.

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Curry's shoulder ailment has forced him to miss at least a couple weeks of action, according to the Golden State Warriors, who also received an update from the player.

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He sustained the injury on December 15 against the Indiana Pacers, and he currently has no estimated recovery date.

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Steve Kerr informed the reporters that the Warriors believe they can still defeat anyone after Steph Curry suffered a shoulder injury during their game against the Indiana Pacers.

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