CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – 20 FEBRUARY: Stephen Curry # 30 of the Golden State Warriors speaks to head coach Steve Kerr (L) and staff before their game against the Charlotte Hornets at the Spectrum Center on Aug. February 2021 in Charlotte, North Carolina NOTE TO USER: The user expressly acknowledges and agrees that by downloading and / or using this photo, the user is agreeing to be bound by the terms of the Getty Images license agreement (Photo by Jared C Tilton / Getty Images)

Stephen Curry, the guardian of the warriors, was a late scratch from the game Saturday night in Charlotte after “not feeling well” during the pre-game warm-up, the team said

Mychal Mulder started at Curry This is a personal setback for Curry, who is only allowed to play once per season in his hometown of Charlotte.The appeal of returning home has of course been lessened by the fact that due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans are not allowed in the Spectrum Center are

According to a league source, it was believed that Curry’s absence on Saturday was unrelated to the NBA’s coronavirus logs, making him just not feeling good enough to play

The NBC Sports Bay Area television show featured Curry slowly walking off the floor with Sports Medicine and Performance Director Rick Celebrini just as the Warriors and Hornets were ready to tip Curry grabbed the right side of his shorts head bowed as he walked to the visitors’ locker room

Saturday is the first time this season that Curry has missed a game This is a significant development as he was limited to just five games in 2019-20 due to injuries.In 341 minutes per game, Curry, 32, averages 299 points on 486% shooting (423% from the 3 point range), 62 assists, 54 rebounds and 12 steals

This is the second time in three games the Warriors have scratched a starter just before the tip. Shortly before winning in Miami on Wednesday, Draymond Green was dragged with a sore right ankle

Connor Letourneau joined the Golden State Warriors after a year with Cal in September 2016. He previously worked for The Oregonian for two years for the Oregon State Beavers Letourneau is a University of Maryland alum who interned for The Baltimore Sun and blogged for the New York Times A Portland, Ore, native American is interested in telling stories that go beyond the field or yard

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