Steve Kerr Updates Fans About Steph Curry’s Shoulder Injury, Expected Worse

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Steve Kerr, coach of the Golden State Warriors, was happy that superstar Steph Curry's most recent injury setback wasn't a major setback.

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In the third quarter of Wednesday's 125-119 defeat to the Indiana Pacers, Curry suffered a shoulder injury.

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On a defensive play, Curry used his left hand to try to swipe the ball from Jalen Smith's grasp, but when the Pacers forward surged through, Curry instantly gripped his shoulder and appeared to be in a lot of agony.

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Curry had a labral injury, according to the most recent reports by Shams Charania of The Athletic, and will undergo another evaluation in two weeks.

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Kerr evaluated the GO circumstance and thinks it's excellent news that there won't be a long- term problem.

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According to 95.7 The Game, the four-time championship-winning coach made the following comments on the injury to his top player and the long-term effects of his absence:

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"I have no idea how long [Steph] will be out. I'm just relieved it's not more serious and that he will be back. That was good news today."

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"When guys go down, there's always opportunit for other players. That's th case here. We're going to have to hold down the fort and it's not going to be easy It's been a rough go anyway even with Steph.

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This season has not started well for the reigning champions. With a 14-15 record, they are 10th in the Western Conference and one game out of.500.

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