"But he's not going to play".
Kerr said that Green's absence and Curry's third-quarter exit weren't the Warriors' biggest problem. Kerr also said it will be at least a few days before Curry returns to the hardwood but he does not think this is a long-term injury, per ESPN's Nick Friedell. Still, there's no word on when we'll see him back on the floor, which includes ruling Curry out for Saturday's game against the Nets.
"The MRI was encouraging, so it'll be kind of a day-to-day thing. He's going to be out until he's healthy and ready to go".
"He's a little bummed out", Kerr said. "He's disappointed but it could have been a lot worse", Kerr said.
Thursday night against the Milwaukee Bucks, Golden State Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry didn't hit a 3-pointer, marking only the fifth time that has happened in the last 271 games the two-time league MVP has played in. Even the great ones have games where they can't hit a shot, and Thursday night just happened to be that type of game for the Warriors point guard. With a big slate of games every Wednesday, we've asked a couple of our National Basketball Association experts - Doug Kezirian and Andre Snellings - to give their best bets for the night.