Warriors' Curry out at least 10 more days

Hope Soto
November 18, 2018

Just ahead of Thursday's matchup against the Houston Rockets - Draymond Green and Kevin Durant put on a united front as they entered Toyota Center together, showing the beef they had earlier in the week was all but over.

"After much internal discussion, the Rockets will be parting ways with Carmelo Anthony and we are working toward a resolution", said Rockets general manager Daryl Morey. Green missed two games last week - against the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets - because of the injury.

Houston thought he could be the piece it needed to finally get past Golden State and win its first championship since back-to-back titles in 1994-95. The Warriors had two shots blocked and committed two loose ball fouls in that span to help Houston pad the lead.

"It's like there's a different 3-point line, and we've got to be aware of that".

Kevin Durant had 20 points for Golden State on a night it was just 4 of 18 on 3-pointers.

This followed an on-court spat between Green and Durant in the Warriors' loss against the LA Clippers last week.

Head coach Steve Kerr revealed that the team had a short meeting prior to the shootaround which addressed several issues including the altercation between Durant and Green. "Now we're moving on".

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"I feel like that's why they brought him on the road", she said. "I wear my emotions on my sleeve". I think along with J.J. "I don't understand why it can't work out for both situations".

In the end the Rockets decided it would be better to move on than to force Anthony to do that. He's struggled mightily over 10 games, averaging a career-low 13.4 points per game on just over 40 per cent shooting and 32.8 per cent from deep.

"We tried to hit a home run and it didn't work out, and he tried everything he could". 'He tried everything he could. I will live with that because it works in my favour to the good as my résumé speaks and this team résumé speaks, more so than it doesn't.

Los Angeles-area native DeMar DeRozan scored 34 points for San Antonio, the ninth time in 14 games he has scored at least 25 points. It was 76-63 headed to the fourth.

But if there is a particularly bad time to face the Warriors, as is the case for the Mavericks on Saturday night, this most certainly is it.

Warriors: Curry was with the Warriors on the trip but it's unclear when he'll return. He hasn't had that.'.

Green was suspended as the Warriors beat the Hawks, and returned as they were blown out by the Rockets.

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