OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Stephen Curry settled into a chair in front of his locker, then placed his sore right ankle into a Gatorade jug filled with ice and water.
Golden State’s mercurial guard had better get used to it at this rate.
Curry rolled his surgically repaired ankle and limped off the court for the second time in seven days. This time the pain was a little easier to take.
Curry had 21 points and 10 assists, and played stifling defense on Derrick Rose most of the night to lead the Warriors to a 99-91 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Monday.
“He ran his basketball team,” said Golden State coach Mark Jackson, who quietly celebrated his first victory at any level. “He was in attack mode against arguably the best point guard and the MVP of the league. He did a great job of being an extension of me on the floor.” Read More