Curry-less Warriors blast Bucks

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Warriors: Curry re-sprained the troublesome ankle before the loss Wednesday night to the Los Angeles Clippers.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Curry looked good in a full practice session Thursday.

The Warriors, who were starting a five-game road trip, won their fourth straight against the Bucks and for the eighth time in the past nine matchups.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, a two-time NBA Most Valuable Player, will miss his second consecutive game with a sprained right ankle, the defending NBA champions said Saturday.

Kidd's comments proved prophetic, as the NBA-best Warriors managed to edge the Bucks 108-94 at the Bradley Center behind strong efforts from Durant, Green and Thompson.

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Curry picked up right where he left off as he scored 38 points in his first game back in the lineup against the Grizzlies. "We are making a conscious effort".

Curry has been dominant since returning from the injury on December 30, averaging 35.2 points and hitting 33 3-pointers (53.2 percent).

Thompson had a relatively quiet day with just 12 points in 35 minutes, shooting 4 of 11 overall and missing both of his 3-point attempts.

The Warriors will head to Toronto to close out the tail end of a back-to-back set Saturday against the Raptors.

Bucks: Travel to Miami to face the Heat in the first of a two-game swing.

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