Another week, another Stephen Curry injury. This one -- a sprained right knee -- was worse than the last injury -- sprained right ankle. Nevertheless, the Warriors, their fans and Curry all got tremendous news on Monday, that he suffered only a Grade 1 MCL sprain and he will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
In other words, the Warriors' title hopes live on. But now, the wait begins for when Curry returns and whether his teammates can hold the course.
The Raiders are talking about moving again, this time to Las Vegas and the Giants' season has started. Steinmetz and Castaneda address those things as well as take a moment to recognize some of the greatest musicians who have unfortunately passed recently.
And don't hug your dog!
It's a pretty simple topic for Sal and Steiny: Do we have ourselves a sports calamity in the making with the Stephen Curry injury. If you missed it, Curry sat out Game 2 of the Warriors' first-round series against the Houston Rockets and the timetable for his return is ...
That's it. We don't know. We also don't know at this point what the exact nature of the injury is. Is it an ankle? Is it a foot? Is it both? The next few days are going to be pretty anxious ones for Golden State fans. And how far can the Warriors go if they have to play without Curry?
Despite a little bit of controversy, the first open-air urinals opened in Dolores Park, in San Francisco recently. Steinmetz thinks these urinals are a wonderful idea and he wishes they would have been around back when.