Curry Loses Warriors Game Against 76ers For Flu

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The return of Stephen Curry with the Golden State Warriors has been interrupted when the two-time Most Valuable NBA Player was ruled out for Saturday’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers due to a flu. Curry was diagnosed with influenza A after a viral test on Saturday morning. The Warriors described it as a seasonal flu and that Curry started a treatment. The team also said that Curry does not run a specific risk of contracting COVID-19 or coronavirus. Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he spent most of Friday with Curry, who showed no symptoms until Saturday morning. ” I know your little boy was sick in recent days and probably caught her son, ”Kerry said. “Our doctors examined it and it is the basic flu.” Curry became ill two days after his reappearance with the Warriors after missing 58 games after fracturing his left hand, having to have surgery. in the case of an outbreak of the coronavirus. The NBA asked teams to be prepared for the possibility of playing without a public as part of the prevention measures. Curry scored 23 points with seven assists in 27 minutes in Golden State’s 121-113 loss to Toronto on Thursday.



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