Warriors' Curry, Durant, Green, Iguodala questionable for Monday

Warriors' Curry, Durant, Green, Iguodala questionable for Monday

Warriors' Curry, Durant, Green, Iguodala questionable for Monday

Curry has maintained averages per game of 26 points, 5,2 rebounds and 6.3 notices assistance, at its ninth season in career.

Before - or after, we don't know the time this video was taken - a recent Warriors game, a video has been shot, showing Steph Curry straight up ignoring a young fan who wanted Curry to sign his jersey, and has already racked up 42,000 views in 2 days. Durant is still bothered by that left ankle sprain, while Iguodala has a left knee bruise still bothering him, though he did practice today. It's the first game of a six-city, 11-day road trip, the longest of the year.

They'll travel to Los Angeles Tuesday night for Wednesday's game, then play in Orland Friday, Miami Sunday, New Orleans Monday, Charlotte next Wednesday and Detroit the following Friday.

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Durant, who has missed four of his team's past five games, moved well and didn't appear to favor the ankle during his customary, post-practice shooting session with Curry. With the rise of the Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry as one of the greatest shooters of all-time, the National Basketball Association has cashed in on his vast popularity with young fans, pushing him as the new face of the National Basketball Association.

The Golden State Warriors will be without their two leading scorers in point guard Stephen Curry and forward Kevin Durant during tonight's matchup against the Sacramento Kings, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

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