Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors haven’t lost at home in over a year. With Steph possibly injured, could that golden record come crashing down when they Warriors face the Atlanta Hawks on March 1? It’s going to be a good game and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every second!
Uh-oh. The last thing the Golden State Warriors ever want to hear is that Stephen Curry, 27, may be hurt. Could the Warriors’ star player be riding a bench during a home game against the Atlanta Hawks, just when the team needs him the most?
Golden State is unbeaten at their home court in Oakland, and the Warriors want to keep it that way when they play the Hawks on March 1. The Hawks are kicking off a five-game road trip at the Oracle Arena in scenic Oakland, California. There would be no better way to start things off than by handing Steph’s squad their first home loss in over a year. The game kicks off at 10:30 P.M. EST, so be ready to see it all go down!
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The Warriors might have to go it without Steph. He rolled his ankle against the Feb. 28 game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Steph left the game and returned to win it in overtime, but according to ESPN, he didn’t practice on Feb. 29.
“We’re not going to do anything crazy, obviously,” Warriors’ coach, Steve Kerr, 50, said. “We’ll err on the side of caution. But if he’s healthy enough to go, we’ll play him.” Show your support for Steph by getting a Golden State jersey here.
The Warriors haven’t been beaten in Oakland since Jan. 27, 2015, when they were barely beaten by the Chicago Bulls in overtime, 113-111, according to SFGate. If the Warriors beat the Hawks and get by the OKC Thunder on March 3, they’ll tie the record for the longest unbeaten home streak. They can break the record on March 7 against the Orlando Magic.
Atlanta’s defense has been on fire, according to SB Nation. Plus, Tim Hardaway Jr., 23, Jeremy Lin, 27, and Al Horford, 29 have helped the team snap a three-game losing streak. Could they get the biggest win in the NBA season by defeating the Warriors at home?
Who do you think is going to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Will Golden State prevail, even without Steph?