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Stephen Curry Out Two Weeks

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by Os Trigonum, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. Os Trigonum

    Os Trigonum Contributing Member
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    http://www.nba.com/2016/news/04/24/golden-state-warriors-stephen-curry-knee-injury.ap/index.html

     
  2. sew

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    Rox in 7
     
  3. RedRedemption

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    Looks like the Spurs are going to win the championship.
    2012, 2014, 2016.
     
  4. Juxtaposed Jolt

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    I'm not an expert on the playoffs schedule, but...should the Warriors consider losing game 5 at home? Just to shorten the time they'll be without Curry?
     
  5. francis 4 prez

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    they didn't win in 2012.
     
  6. Rocket River

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    Giving games away is always a risk
    If they finish the Rockets in 6 but Green or Klay gets hurt in that game
    People will be pissed they did not finish in 5

    Rocket River
     
  7. BigTex

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    Heard someone on ESPN say Warriors will play either April 30th or May 2nd. So 2 day difference.

    May 2nd if Blazers Clippers go to game 7. Or if Rockets Warriors go 7
    April 30th if Clips win in 5
     
  8. B-Bob

    B-Bob "94-year-old self-described dreamer"

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    Dumb question that has probably been answered elsewhere: was this the same leg as his sprained ankle?
     
  9. mac2yao

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    Yeah, same leg.
     
  10. juanm34

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    Great! Now after we win the championship people will put an asterisk next to us yet again.
    Smh
     
  11. stthomsfinest

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    We should put an asterisk next to us anyway if we beat the Warriors, went to the Finals or won a title. Would we be the first NBA Team to win a championship as one of the most dysfunctional groups ever to win it all?
     
  12. lnchan

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    Kobe + Shaq were rather dysfunctional.... but Kobe + Shaq + Glove + Mailman was more dysfunctional and couldn't win.
     
  13. lnchan

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    ...and the 1995 team was rather dysfunctional considering that Mad Max ditched the team.
     
  14. robbie380

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    So the Warriors almost need a 7 game series to give Curry more time to rest.
     
  15. B-Bob

    B-Bob "94-year-old self-described dreamer"

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    What will ESPN do? I guess they can always just run Curry highlights and fly the corporate logo at half mast.
     
  16. RedRedemption

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    Whoops, my bad. I don't know why I was thinking they won in 2012.
     
  17. Duncan McDonuts

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    They'd rather the whole team rest than extend a series. Warriors aren't gonna give up a game.
     
  18. Space Ghost

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    Whether they end it in game 5 or game 6 doesnt matter. They have to wait for the portland/LAC to finish. Why risk more injuries with another game? Besides, it will be harder to lose to the Rockets than win.
     
  19. YallMean

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    Basket ball god decided to teach a lesson. Get well and there is always the next year. :D
     
  20. stthomsfinest

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    That's what I was thinking after I posed the question. That 2004 Lakers had they beaten the Pistons would definitely have been the most dysfunctional group to win a title. Everyone was a damn mess and they just got by on HOF talent alone.

    The 95 Rockets I think really Mad Max was fine til Drexler came in and took his spot. So wasn't it just one person, it wasn't necessary a totally dysfunctional team. Oh and the Horry trade that never was was that year too right? Horry used it as fuel so it didnt necessary make for a total team dysfunction.
     

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