There was some concern that Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors wouldn’t be playing in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
The superstar was part of an ugly moment in Game 3 when Boston’s Al Horford fell right on his knee.
It looked like Curry could be seriously injured and might not be able to play in Game 4 or beyond.
Yet, Curry has confirmed that he’s ready to go.
He certainly looks it.
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Curry took to the Boston court on Friday morning to do some shoot-around drills and practice his shot.
To the relief of all Warriors fans, Curry looked like his regular self and was sinking practically every shot he took.
Yet, there are still some concerns that he won’t be playing as well as he should on Friday night.
Curry Crushing It
The fact that Curry is obviously shooting well is great news, there is no denying that.
But what people are really curious about is how he moves on the floor, during the game and against heavy opposition.
Remember, it was his knee that got banged up on Wednesday night, not his shoulder or hand or arm.
So even if he can shoot well, he might not be able to move with as much speed and athleticism as usual.
If that’s the case, he won’t be 100% and that could spell doom for the Warriors.
Curry has easily been the best player on his team during every game of the Finals.
The team has suffered and plummeted in productivity when he’s been on the bench.
So the Warriors don’t just want Curry to be good, they need him to be.
He’s looking good right now but all eyes will be on Curry when the game begins Friday night.