Warriors’ Curry (illness) ruled out against 76ers

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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will not play Saturday against the Philadelphia 76ers, missing the first game since he returned from a 58-game absence earlier this week.

The Warriors listed Curry as out with a “General/Illness” designation.

On Friday, coach Steve Kerr had said Curry was a “good sore” after playing 27 minutes in Thursday’s loss to the Toronto Raptors and participating in Friday’s workout with the team. Curry had 23 points in his first game since October, when he broke his left hand and needed multiple surgeries.

Forward Draymond Green was also ruled out for the fifth straight game with a sore left knee.

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