Curry exits in 3rd quarter with left adductor strain, Warriors lose big to Bucks

Dubs missed Draymond in 134-111 defeat to Milwaukee

Whitley Sandretto
November 08, 2018 - 9:52 pm

Even the back-to-back champs have to lose sometimes…

On Thursday night, the Warriors took the L to the Milwaukee Bucks. The final score was 134-111.

Klay Thompson lead the Dubs with 24 points.

The night started out by the Bucks warming up on the side the Warriors usually warmup on. Apparently, the visiting team gets to choose what side they warmup on before the game and the Bucks decided to intentionally pick the Warriors side. Not sure if they were trying to throw them off?

Something concerning, Stephen Curry left the game in the third quarter and didn’t return. The Warriors announced he suffered a left adductor strain. 

It was evident that the Warriors missed Draymond Green. His energy, defense, and his presence on offense. The ball didn’t move as efficiently without him. Draymond is averaging over 8 assists a game.

Quinn Cook is starting to find his shot and pulled the Warriors within 10 points in the fourth quarter... but that didn't last long. 

The Warriors are back in action on Saturday when the Brooklyn Nets come to town. Tip-off is at 5:30 pm and coverage starts at 4:00 pm on 95.7 The Game.

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