Stephen Curry (tailbone) doubtful for Warriors Friday
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (tailbone) is doubtful for Friday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies, per head coach Steve Kerr.
Curry injured his tailbone during Wednesday's game and did not practice Thursday. Kelly Oubre is also doubtful after being kicked in the foot on Wednesday. It's looking like Andrew Wiggins will be busy on offense Friday night versus the Grizzlies. Nico Mannion is the favorite to replace Curry in the starting lineup.
Wiggins is leading the Warriors with a 29.4 usage percentage and averaging 0.9 FanDuel points per minute when Curry and Oubre aren't on the court this season. The Grizzlies are allowing the most FanDuel points per game to the small forward position this season, which is where Wiggins has played roughly half of his minutes, per Basketball Reference.
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