Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will sprain his left leg in a week, but both he and the team are confident that recovery time will allow him to return to start the Western knockouts. Conference, sources told ESPN on Friday.
Curry, who has missed seven games, will miss the final five games of the regular season, which ends April 10 against the New Orleans Pelicans. Warriors said they won’t provide any more updates until April 11.
“We were hoping that he could play a game or two at the end of the season, but it was just a long shot,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said on Friday. “So that’s it… I’m not too worried about him.”
After the last two weeks of working out in the gym and in the pool, Curry is now off her walking boots and starting the next stages of her detox. He will gradually begin his personal activities in court next week.
Curry, who is averaging 25.5 points, 6.3 assists and 5.2 rebounds per game, picked up the injury against the Boston Celtics on March 16 when he collided with Marcus Smart when The two dive into a loose ball.
https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/33647664/golden-state-warriors-stephen-curry-miss-rest-regular-season Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry Misses Rest of Regular Season