Warriors’ Steph Curry speaks out after injury update

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Golden State Warriors just released an update about injured guard Stephen Curry, something that essentially confirms news that fans don’t want to hear. Although the ball player is making “good progress” to return to the field, he has yet to resume individual activities on the field.

Furthermore, the next update on his status won’t be made available until April 11 – the day after the Warriors’ final game of the season against the Pelicans.

In a word, the Dubs are currently trying to find a post-season return for their star player. According to head coach Steve Kerr, this is always a possible outcome for Curry. But it still feels like a gut punch for Warriors loyalists.

However, Curry expressed optimism about the situation in a Friday interview with NBC Sports Bay Area.


Curry looks forward to getting ready for the first game, the Playoffs


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Steph has been out of office since Marcus Smart lunged at him in the March 16 loss to the Celtics. The 34-year-old player sprained his left foot while playing.

By the time Match 1 of the knockouts begins, injury will cost Curry a full month of competition. However, he believes he will be ready to leave when the title chase is over.

“It feels so good,” Curry said of the injury. “I know it’s not ideal towards the end of the season, but hoping to do everything I can to get in full health, ready for the playoffs. That’s all that happens at this point. I’m just trying to be there for my teammates, finish the season strong and know that whoever we play in the knockout stages, we’ll be ready. ”

However, that doesn’t mean that missing out on too much time is easy.

“I hate to miss any game,” Curry said. “But, as I said, I am grateful for the opportunity to know there is light at the end of the tunnel, hopefully sooner rather than later. Everyone loves the knockout lights and it’s great that we’re back there after a two-year hiatus, so I’m looking forward to it. ”

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Patience is a virtue

While he’s clearly struggling a bit to get back into the woods, Curry understands that a methodical approach is best as far as injury is concerned.

“Everything is, the way we operate when we go back, just as strategic as possible about those next steps,” says Steph.

“You don’t want to rush into a place where you put yourself in jeopardy and that’s why I know I won’t be able to play the rest of the season. But April 16 or 17, whenever there’s Game 1, that’s the goal. Do everything in your power to get ready for those important matches and hopefully get as close to 100% as possible. ”

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