Despite 38 from Steph Curry, Warriors come up short in loss to Celtics

With little more than two minutes left in the second quarter, Kevon Looney planted his foot, reached for the ball and grimaced. Soon after, the Warriors’ only center limped off to the locker room. The Warriors entered Tuesday night with only one healthy center and, by halftime, they had none. Despite a hot start and 38 points from Stephen Curry, injuries to the frontcourt were too much to overcome in Golden State’s 111-107 loss to the Celtics at Chase Center. Entering Tuesday night, the Warriors had planned to play small when Looney, the starting center, was on the bench. That’s because two ga…

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