Warriors Fans Will be Unimpressed After Steve Kerr’s Latest Update on Stephen Curry

The Golden State Warriors lost their fifth game of the season as they lost 102-93 at the Wells Fargo Center. They are in second place in the conference with a 21-5 record. Warriors star Stephen Curry was rather quiet against the Sixers as he scored 18 points with 3/14 three-pointers versus the Sixers.

Stephen Curry is currently chasing Ray Allen’s three-point record, and people had expected him to achieve that feat against the Sixers in an exciting fashion.

However, Curry will now have a chance to break that against the Pacers. Moreover, the Warriors have two back-to-back games on the road now as they face Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks.

Nov 24, 2021; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) dribbles the ball against the Philadelphia 76ers in the fourth quarter at the Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Steve Kerr has no time to reflect upon the loss against the Sixers and has to plan the next two games. Fans want Curry to break the 3-point record as soon as possible, but Steve Kerr’s latest update might not go down well with them.

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Stephen Curry might be rested versus the Pacers as Warriors face two back-to-back games

Steve Kerr was recently asked about Curry’s availability for the game against the Pacers. To this, Kerr said that the Warriors will “figure that out tomorrow”.

When asked about Stephen Curry playing Monday in Indiana or taking a night off for rest before Tuesday’s visit to New York, Steve Kerr said the Warriors will “figure that out tomorrow.” Golden State has two back-to-backs on this five-game trip.

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— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) December 12, 2021

Marc Stein had earlier revealed in a forecast that Curry might be rested against Indiana Pacers and would start on Tuesday against the Knicks. If Curry is not rested, he might have an opportunity to break the record while playing against the Pacers.

Fans are already furious with the Warriors’  loss and Curry failing to break the record. Steve Kerr’s update might not go down well with them. They want Curry to break the record as soon as possible.

However, breaking the record at the iconic MSG will certainly create headlines all over the world.

Moreover, it’s all just speculation at the moment and Curry needs just six more to break Ray Allen’s record. After a few ‘off’ performances, Curry will be highly motivated and can break the record in the next game itself.

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