To say the Golden State Warriors have been displeasing this season would be an understatement. After losing Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets in free agency, the roster continued to implode after Stephen Curry broke his hand in late October.
According to the latest reports, Curry received a second surgery in order to remove the pins from his hand. The surgery was a planned procedure, and the All-Star is expected to return in February.
However, will the Warriors put him back on the court?
Golden State, which sits with a record of 4-19 heading into Friday night, has the worst record in the NBA; including the New York Knicks, who recently fired head coach David Fizdale.
With just 59 games remaining for the Warriors in the regular season, it’s difficult to evaluate whether Steve Kerr and company would further risk the centerpiece of their franchise. Without his partner in Klay Thompson back on the court yet, it’s only a matter of time before tanking becomes Golden State’s best option for this particular campaign.
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