The fact that the Warriors are playing the Raptors, who currently hold the best record in the league, makes missing out on this one tough for Curry — by all accounts, he’s physically ready to play now but being held out as a precautionary measure.
Steph Curry said part of his desire to return tomorrow was to face Raptors: “Best team in the East right now.” pic.twitter.com/DIKchPFK3i— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 29, 2018
Alfonzo McKinnie will also remain out tonight despite taking the floor for a little pre-game workout, according to Mark Medina of the Bay Area News Group.
Alfonzo McKinnie is still out for tonight vs Toronto. But he’s doing some work pregame pic.twitter.com/A54LPny8cU— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) November 29, 2018
Asked about McKinnie’s situation prior to the game, Kerr pointed out that McKinnie’s injury has lingered longer than expected.
Steve Kerr with an update on Alfonzo McKinnie, whose symptoms from foot injury have lingered longer than initial MRI indicated pic.twitter.com/ziC6PWMqYN— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 29, 2018
That means it’s Kevin Durant’s night to shine once again, which is fine given the way he performed last game.
The Warriors head north of the wall. pic.twitter.com/J4iFmvyWQ0— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) November 28, 2018
It should be a pretty fun game to watch. So watch along with us and leave your thoughts and observations in the comments below.