Steve Kerr Defends Stephen Curry's Limited Minutes Despite Loss Against Timberwolves

Photo: Instagram/Steve Kerr

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry faced criticism for his limited playing time during their recent 114-110 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. 

Despite sitting out for 11 crucial minutes in the fourth quarter, Curry's impact was undeniable, contributing 31 points in just 30 minutes on the court. 

However, Warriors coach Steve Kerr staunchly defended the decision, emphasizing the need to manage Curry's workload effectively.

Photo: Instagram/Steve Kerr

Kerr stated, "We can't expect to just ride Steph game after game after game." 

The Warriors, once eyeing a top-6 seed, now find themselves clinging to hopes for the 10th seed amidst a challenging playoff race. 

Despite the setback, Curry remains focused on building winning habits for the postseason push. 

Though Sunday's performance didn't yield a victory, Kerr remains optimistic that improved habits will propel the team forward in their final stretch of games.


Source: ESPN

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