Written By Prayers up to my brother STEPH get well soon Broski🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾— Patrick Beverley (@patbev21) October 31, 2019 10 months ago Halloween NBA: JJ Redick, LeBron James go trick-or-treating in style COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago NBA: Joel Embiid and Karl Anthony-Towns feud dates back to 2016 FOLLOW US 10 months ago NBA Oct 31 Highlights: Embiid–KAT feud, Stephen Curry injured Stephen Curry injury update: pic.twitter.com/J9L5nsSTaA— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) November 1, 2019 Damn, Steph with a broken left hand in awkward fall. Things go from worse to worse.— Richard Jefferson (@Rjeff24) October 31, 2019 Also read | NBA players and fans react to Stephen Curry’s injury on TwitterAlso read | Halloween NBA: JJ Redick, LeBron James go trick-or-treating in style First Published: 3rd November, 2019 03:02 IST WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago NBA players and fans react to Stephen Curry’s injury on Twitter 10 months ago NBA 2020 MVP Odds: Antetokounmpo leads the way in the MVP race LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE Stephen Curry has a broken left hand.— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) October 31, 2019 Also read | NBA: Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns suspended after brawlCurry, who is the longest-serving member of the team, is extremely essential to the team and their victory. As one of the most loved NBA players, his teammates, opponents and coaches alike showered him with overwhelming love and support. From Richard Jefferson to Patrick Beverley, everyone extended support for the player. Curry even posted a story on Instagram to thank everyone for their good wishes, while also showing his injured hand. Last Updated: 3rd November, 2019 03:02 IST NBA News: Stephen Curry Out For Three Months Due To Hand Injury Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry, who recently broke his left hand while playing against the Phoenix Suns on Thursday, has been ruled out for three months. Also read | NBA 2020 MVP Odds: Antetokounmpo leads the way in the MVP raceNBA news: Stephen Curry’s injuryCurry drove and elevated, with Suns’ Aron Baynes standing firm on his feet. Curry leapt with the ball but crashed straight into Baynes. Curry fell to the ground, trying to brace himself. However, Baynes went down with Curry, falling on his left wrist. The two-time MVP was down for a considerable amount of time, before getting up and exiting the court with 8:31 minutes left to Q3. Curry was clearly in pain as he made his way to the locker room. Curry had scored nine points, six assists and five rebounds before he had to walk out. Warriors lost the game 110-121. Devika Pawar Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, who was broke his left hand this week, will be out for three months. The Warriors announced the news on Saturday. The injury has been treated via surgery, which was successful. However, after Klay Thompson, Curry is Warriors’ second player to be injured. The two-time NBA MVP injured himself on Thursday while playing against the Phoenix Suns in a match that his side lost. Curry is on the path of full recovery and an update on his injury will be provided after three months.
Defending champions Jamaica and Curacao will contest the finals of the Caribbean Football Union Caribbean Cup on Sunday following victories over French Guiana and Martinique respectively in Fort-de-France, Martinique Thursday night.Ten-man Jamaica battled back from a goal down to take French Guiana to penalties before advancing 4-2 from the spot.The Reggae Boyz were forced to work hard to get the better of their opponents who were bolstered by the presence of former Chelsea star Florent Malouda. French Guiana’s enterprising play had Jamaica on the back foot early and it paid off in the 10th minute when Ludovic Baal put them 1-0 up.However, as Malouda’s influence on the game waned, Jamaica managed to level the score in the 70th minute when Jermaine Johnson lashed in a low cross inside the box. The Reggae Boyz muffed several good chances to win in extra time but French Guiana held on to take the game to penalties.However, after Michael Binns missed Jamaica’s first penalty, Owayne Gordon, Shamar Nicholson, Oneil Fisher and Cory Burke all scored for to ensure that the six-time champions advanced to Sunday’s finals 4-2. Rudy Evens and Jean-David Legrand muffed their spot kicks for French Guiana who will play off for third place as consolation.Jamaica was joined in the final by Curacao who rallied from a goal down to defeat Martinique 2-1.Yoann Arquin had given the home team the lead in the 17th minute. The lead would hold until the 57th minute when Gevaro Nepomuceno pulled Curacao level from the penalty spot. They would go on to take the lead in 76 when Rangelo Janga head home a cross after being left unmarked inside the box.
Ghana needs a draw against Togo on Wednesday to seal qualification to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations finals.The Black Stars suffered a painful 1-0 defeat on Saturday to Uganda but Guinea’s 4-1 win against Togo in Lome has thrown the Group wide open.Maxwell Konadu’s side top pool with 8 points; one more than Uganda and Guinea and two more than the Hawks.Ghana will touch down in Accra on Sunday and will move to Tamale, the venue for the match, the next day.The four-time continental champions are seeking 20th appearance in the Nations Cup finals which will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea.Meanwhie, captain Asamoah Gyan is in line to make a shock return from injury in time to play a part in Wednesday’s crucial 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Togo in Tamale. The Al Ain hit man, excluded from caretaker coach Maxwell Konadu’s 23-man squad due to injury, was on the bench as the Black Stars crashed to a 1-0 defeat to Uganda on Saturday afternoon.Gyan has been sidelined for the past three weeks with a thigh injury but has been involved in full-scale training.In Kampala, he was involved in low runs and Konadu refused to rule him out of playing a part in the match but was unused at the Mandela Stadium in Kampala.
Listen back to the highlights of Tuesday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. Alan Brazil was joined by Brian Moore, along with guests including Stuart Pearce, Mark Bosnich, Patrick Kluivert, Tony Fernandes, Piers Morgan and Ray Wilkins.
Do they know it’s Christmas at Anfield?The Liverpool defence seem to think Christmas began months ago, judging by the amount of gifts they’ve been giving away this season.But while the defending wasn’t exactly up to scratch last season, it’s up front where the Reds problems are mounting.Liverpool have gone from scoring 101 Premier League goals in the 2013/14 season, to just 14 in 11 this time round.With Daniel Sturridge out injured and Luis Suarez’s replacements floundering, manager Brendan Rodgers needs to find goals from somewhere.So come on John W Henry, let Bren know it’s Christmas time and sign a worldie.On a much more serious note, to donate to Band Aid 30 and help provide relief against Ebola, buy the official Band Aid 30 song, or donate here: http://www.bandaid30.com/donate. You can also donate to the charity by text: To donate £3 text AID to 70123, to donate £5 text AID to 70600, to donate £10 text AID to 70707