Stephen Curry treated for dehydration will play in Game 6

Stephen Curry treated for dehydration will play in Game 6

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry experienced indications of lack of hydration after game 5 of the NBA Finals, as indicated by the team.

Curry played 30 of the initial 33 game action minutes and finished with 37 points in 42 minutes in the 104-91 triumph over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Golden State leads the best-of-seven games 3-2.

After his postgame news conference, the league MVP appeared being in distress as his dad Dell Curry and Warriors security guard Ralph Walker ushered him to the locker room. Once there, Curry received drinking liquids to mitigate the lack of hydration.

Curry was watching SportsCenter highlights of the game while getting treatment, as per the team.

Curry will be on the team’s flight to Cleveland at 1 p.m. ET and ought to be “fine” going ahead, the team said. He is expected to play in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday, when the Warriors have an opportunity to win their first title in 40 years.

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