The Bucks beat the NBA champions, 134-111, as Golden State misplaced at residence for the primary time this season with Draymond Inexperienced (sprained toe) out and Curry leaving within the third quarter with a left adductor pressure.
“I am not nervous. I’ve nothing to go off of. If this was an ankle, I may inform you 4 days, 12 days,” Curry advised The Undefeated after the sport (through ESPN.com). “However I’ll see [Friday]. … I’ve actually by no means completed this earlier than, so I’ve nothing to go off of.”
Requested for an early learn on Curry’s groin pressure, Kerr advised reporters after the sport: “I do not [have an update]. I believe he will get an MRI [Friday].”
However the coach’s fundamental concern was with Golden State’s complacency because it fell to 10-2, hoping the loss to the Bucks (9-2) will present a reminder of the difficulties of the NBA.
“I do not suppose it needed to do with Draymond [being absent]. It needed to do with our general focus,” Kerr stated.
“Clearly Draymond provides us all the pieces that he does, however whenever you come out with a senseless intent and also you’re fouling and never executing in opposition to a extremely good crew — a crew that is hungry and on the rise — you are not going to fare very nicely.
“It was about our method. Generally you have to get hit within the mouth on this league to remind you ways laborious it’s to win a recreation. I believe that is what occurred.
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“I believe we bought somewhat complacent. We received the final eight, had been feeling fairly good about ourselves, and it is a type of nights. It occurs in the course of the NBA season.
“It is a lengthy 12 months and we had been taking part in an incredible crew who misplaced simply two nights in the past in Portland [against the Trail Blazers].
“They had been hungry to get on the market and I believed they performed exceptionally nicely defensively. We did not execute nicely sufficient to generate any momentum and get our crowd into the sport.”