Draymond Green injury update: Warriors F ‘unlikely’ to return on road trip Golden State guard Klay Thompson, who tallied 21 points against the Pistons, said it shouldn’t take the team long to re-adjust to playing with Curry.“I expect him to be great for us the rest of the road trip and beyond,” Thompson said. “He’s such an amazing talent … He’s so good, you can insert him in any lineup, any system and he’s going to thrive.”The Warriors hold a 15-9 record after falling to the Pistons. They’ll face the Hawks in Atlanta on Monday. Curry shot 3 of 9 from 3-point range and also grabbed five rebounds in the loss. He said he thought his play improved throughout the game.“It was two different halves for me,” Curry said. “The first half, I was going 100 miles an hour. Just didn’t have the right timing, wasn’t seeing the floor very well, or seeing the rim very well, for that matter. The second half was better. I was a little bit more aggressive, decisive.” Curry discussed his performance with reporters after the game.“It was nice to get back out there, get my legs back underneath me,” Curry said (via The Mercury News). “Played a terrible first half, pretty much set the tone for the game.” Related News Stephen Curry is happy to be back on the court.The Warriors star returned to the lineup and scored 27 points in his team’s 111-102 loss to the Pistons on Saturday. It was Curry’s first game since he injured his groin against the Bucks on Nov. 8.