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This Thursday, Stephen Curry assured that he will indeed be present, with his Golden State Warriors franchise, for Game 4 of the NBA Finals, against the Boston Celtics, this Friday.

Good news for the Golden State Warriors. This Thursday, Stephen Curry, the star of the California franchise, himself assured that he will indeed play game 4 of the NBA play-off finals, which will take place no later than this Friday, on the Boston side. . However, the participation of the main interested party in this meeting seemed indeed uncertain, after his blow received at the level of the left leg, the day before, during the defeat of his family against the Celtics (116-100), in game 3 of these famous NBA play-off finals. In comments reported by theAFP, on this subject, Stephen Curry thus notably declared: “I will play. That’s all I know for now. I know I’m going to play, you just have to see how the leg reacts. We’ll see how I feel tomorrow (note: Friday). »

Horford had fallen on his left leg

From this Wednesday evening, the double MVP in 2015 then in 2016 was already reassuring about his condition, even if he had nevertheless indicated that he was “obviously a little bad”. It was only four short minutes from the end of this meeting that the resident of the Golden State Warriors had then received this famous blow, when he was in the fight for a ball, alongside the pivot of the Boston Celtics, at know Al Horford. At that time, the latter had thus fallen very heavily on his left leg. Remaining on the ground, visibly in pain, Curry then managed to get up, but with difficulty, to play a minute more before finally returning to the bench of his franchise. An injury that visibly reminds him of his sprained foot last March: “Because I’ve already had that, I’ve already been there. As soon as you start taking a few steps, you know if you are going to run normally. At the time, I couldn’t. Yesterday I could. This reassured me because it was not so serious. »

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