Steph Curry’s absence from Tuesday’s game against Minnesota, owing to discomfort in his right knee, as reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic, leaves a scoring vacuum for the Golden State Warriors.
He stands alone on the team, averaging over 17 points per game this season. Consequently, the entire squad must elevate their offensive performance to compensate, especially facing a Minnesota team renowned for its robust defense in the league.
The primary gainer in this scenario is Chris Paul, who is poised to reclaim his spot in the starting lineup. The next opportunity for Curry to grace the court is anticipated to be against the Oklahoma City Thunder.