Golden State Warriors reported the evolution of a reinforcement that has not been able to debut in the NBA 2023 and surprise news came for Stephen Curry.
When news of fallen soldiers kept coming in for Stephen Curry in the 2022-23 NBA season, Golden State Warriors gave a surprise news to ‘Chef’ after updating the evolution of the reinforcement that has not been able to debut with the San Francisco team.
The Warriors fight to stay in positions one to six that would give them direct classification to los Playoffs, but by the end of the regular season they will not have Andre Iguodala due to injury, and it is doubtful when he will be able to return Andrew Wiggins for personal reasons. The Golden State defense is crying out for the protagonist of this story.
After breaking an eleven-game losing streak on the road, the Golden State Warriors beat the Dallas Mavericks on May 22, 2023, but the common denominator was repeated: allowed more than 100 points in the victory by 127 to 125 units. When it comes to stopping the rival offensive, Stephen Curry and company do not usually perform at their best.
At the close of the trade deadline for the 2022-23 NBA season, the Warriors were part of a trade with the Portland Trail Blazers, Atlanta Hawks and Detroit Pistons. Golden State came out of James Wiseman and brought back Gary Payton II. However, the champion with Curry in 2022 has not been able to debut because he returned to the San Francisco team injured.
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The reinforcement of Golden State Warriors that is getting closer to debuting
Gary Payton II did not pass the medical exams to return to Golden State Warriors due to injury, but the Dubs decided to keep the trade on track and before the end of the regular season, Stephen Curry could count on him as a reinforcement starting Sunday, April 26, 2023.
“Gary Payton II, who hasn’t played since being acquired by the Warriors due to a right adductor rehab, was re-evaluated yesterday (March 22). The reassessment indicated that Gary continues to make good progress. He has intensified his on-field workouts over the past week and is expected to participate in the team’s practice on Saturday. After Saturday’s practice, his status will be determined for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves,” the Golden State Warriors posted on their official Twitter account.