Stephen Curry (tailbone) out for Warriors Friday in back-to-back
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (tailbone contusion) will not play Friday against the Toronto Raptors.
Curry hit his tailbone hard during Thursday's contest in just his second back after missing five games with a contusion. He will sit out the second leg of the back-to-back and should be ready for Sunday's matchup. Jordan Poole and Nico Mannion are both in line for minutes and there will be larger offensive roles for Kelly Oubre and Andrew Wiggins.
The Raptors are allowing the fifth-most FanDuel points to the point guard position over the last 15 games. Poole averaged 20.4 points in 34.6 minutes per start during Curry's recent absence.
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