G - GSW
Stephen Curry (flu) is on track to suit up against the Nets on Thursday.
Curry will be returning after a two game absence of what were referred to as "flu-like symptoms". It looks like Curry has recovered so fantasy owners should plug Curry back in their lineups. He may still carry a minutes restriction under 30 minutes but it shouldn't impact his production. Jordan Poole, Ky Bowman, and Mychal Mulder all get downgraded with news of Curry's return.
Stephen Curry (flu) is expected to return on Thursday when the Warriors take on the Nets.
Curry wanted to play tonight, but he’ll get an extra couple days of rest before suiting up Thursday vs. Brooklyn. Look for Steve Kerr to start ramping up Curry’s minutes, which should lead to increased production. Patient fantasy owners will be rewarded handsomely if Curry starts playing upwards of 30 minutes per game.
Stephen Curry will not be available on Tuesday when the Warriors play the Clippers.
Curry should be removed from all lineups. Curry being out makes this game much tougher for Golden State to keep close. I would likely fade Andrew Wiggins because of his price and the likelihood of a blowout. The best options for DFS would be Damion Lee and Eric Paschall, with Marquese Chriss also being an option.
Stephen Curry (flu) is still questionable for Tuesday's tilt against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Curry missed the Warriors previous contest against the Sixers with the flu and it remains to be seen if he'll be able to give it a go tonight. Look for an update closer to tip-off but if Curry sits, expect Mychal Mulder, Jordan Poole, and Damion Lee to see more minutes and shot opportunities.
Stephen Curry (illness) remains questionable for tomorrow night’s game against the Clippers.
Curry missed the Warriors game on Saturday vs. the 76ers with the flu, and he’s being listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Clippers after not practicing on Sunday. If Curry can’t go, look for Mychal Mulder to start in his place, and look for higher usage and more production from guys like Damion Lee and Andrew Wiggins.