Sport Stephen Curry listed as probable to return in Toronto

23:06  13 january  2018
23:06  13 january  2018 Source:   WarriorsWire

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The Warriors expect to have Stephen Curry back in the lineup Saturday, when they face the Toronto Raptors in a game that meets all the requirements of a shootout. Warriors: G Stephen Curry (R ankle sprain) is listed as probable .

TORONTO — Barring a pregame setback, Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is expected to return from a sprained right ankle Saturday night against the Raptors. Curry , who has missed the past two games, is officially listed as probable on the team injury report.

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The Warriors are more than likely to get Stephen Curry back for Saturday's game against the Raptors.

The team announced Curry was "probable" to play after missing the last two games because he re-injured his right ankle Wednesday during shootaround.

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The Warriors are listing star guard Stephen Curry as probable against the Raptors. Injury report for tonight's game at Toronto : Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) is probable .

Stephen Curry strained his left knee vs. Denver on Monday, but he has since returned . Curry has been battling left knee soreness lately, so it's not clear if this is related. Stephen Curry (left knee soreness) is listed as probable for Monday's game.

Curry's return would give Golden State a much-needed boost against the surging Raptors, who have won six of seven and hold the second seed in the Eastern Conference. Swingmen Andre Iguodala (hip flexor strain) and Omri Casspi (low back soreness) are listed as questionable.

Curry participated in practice Thursday and lobbied to play Friday in the 108-94 victory over the Bucks. But the team elected to keep the two-time MVP out to allow him to play in the second game of the back-to-back, avoiding two games in two days on the tender ankle.

The injury to the same ankle caused Curry to miss 11 games last month. The Warriors remade their style, focusing on the defensive end and being more deliberate on offense. They went 9-2 before Curry's return Dec. 30.

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TORONTO — Barring a pregame setback, Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is expected to return from a sprained right ankle Saturday night against the Raptors. Curry , who has missed the past two games, is officially listed as probable on the team injury report.

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In his five games before re-injuring the ankle, Curry averaged 35.2 points per game in just 32.3 minutes. He shot 53.2 percent from 3-point range and averaged 6.6 made threes during that stretch.

Saturday's game is the second of a five-game road trip. The Warriors next travel to Cleveland for Monday's marquee match up with the Cavaliers on Martin Luther King Day. The road trip ends with games in Chicago and Houston before returning home Jan. 23 to host the Knicks.

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