Warriors news: Stephen Curry is 'feeling a lot better'
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Warriors star Stephen Curry is ‘feeling a lot better’

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Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry has been out due to a groin injury, but it looks like he could return soon.

Stephen Curry was seen getting shots up after shootaround, raising hopes that his recovery is going well and that he will return to action soon amid the Warriors’ slump.

Moreover, according to Golden State coach Steve Kerr, the 30-year-old All-Star is “feeling a lot better now.” Kerr added that Curry is working his working his way to recovery and could return sooner rather than later.

With Curry out of the lineup, the Warriors have struggled as a team. It didn’t help them that Draymond Green and Alfonzo McKinnie are also missing.

The Dubs have now lost three straight games and are 12-6 on the season, dropping them to fourth in the highly competitive Western Conference.

Curry is averaging 29.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game while shooting 51.5 percent from the field and 49.2 percent from three. In the absence of the two-time NBA MVP, Golden State ranks sixth in terms of points per game in the league.

The Warriors play a crucial game against the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday. If Curry comes back, he would be a really huge boost for the team. During this three-game losing streak, the Warriors rank 29th in the league offensively at 95.7 points per game and shot 39.4 percent from the field and 33.7 percent from three.

It will be interesting to see though if Curry has any type of minute restriction once he comes back.