Stephen Curry of Golden State Warriors day-to-day with adductor strain

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Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green will not play Thursday night against the Milwaukee Bucks because of a right toe sprain.

"To have the confidence to go in there and play like they did against an opponent in the Warriors last night, it was a big step for us", Horst said in his appearance on The Jump. He's still sore, and it's a strained groin, basically, is the injury.

Curry underwent an MRI Friday, with Kerr calling the results "encouraging". Obviously he won't do anything insane. He's going to be out until he's healthy and ready to go.

The Warriors were breathing a collective sigh of relief Friday knowing that the injury could have been worse.

A team might offer Baron Davis a goodwill workout, which he would have to leverage into a 10-day contract, and another, and so on so forth.

"Jordan Bell will play more", Kerr said.

"This doesn't look like it's going to be a long-term injury".

The Warriors play a back-to-back on the road against the LA Clippers on Monday and at home against the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday that Curry may miss as well.

"Sometimes you've got to get hit in the mouth in this league to remind you how hard it is to win a game", Kerr said. "It's not a quad". Once you get that tweak on the inside of your thigh and the lateral movement becomes hard. "It's going to be at least a few days before he even gets back on the floor". But maybe just maybe, Baron can squeeze something together with the Golden State Warriors, especially if Patrick McCaw remains unsigned.

"Draymond is really making improvement", Kerr said, "and Shaun's going to play some three-on-three today". He's feeling a lot better, but he's hardly done anything basketball-wise.

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