Modified 02 Feb 2020, 11:12 IST
Stephen Curry “has made good strides” however is not going to return to motion earlier than March, Steve Kerr and the Golden State Warriors stated on Saturday.
Two-time MVP Curry continues to endure rehabilitation on the left hand he broke throughout the October 30 activity in opposition to the Phoenix Suns.
The star guard can be assessed once more subsequent month with a view to getting him absolutely match for the rest of the season.
“He can be re-evaluated once more in 4 weeks and we’re hopeful, primarily based on continued progress, that he’ll return to motion sooner or later in March,” the Warriors confirmed in a press release.
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Golden State have struggled badly within the absence of Curry and fellow ‘Splash Brother’ Klay Thompson, who suffered an ACL harm throughout final season’s NBA Finals.
The reigning Western Convention champions personal the worst report within the league at 11-39 regardless of snapping a five-game shedding streak with a 131-112 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday.
Head coach Kerr was requested about Curry’s progress and stated: “He is placing in numerous time with our coaches. Increasingly conditioning, attempting to construct his conditioning up. Lots of photographs, numerous ball dealing with.
“He is made some good strides. The phrase is [he is] a month away from having one other analysis. We’re actually hopeful round that point he’ll be in play, however we’ll decide that March 1.
“Proper now he is doing numerous non-contact stuff, it is all particular person work. He must progress over the subsequent month to stay motion – one-on-one, three-on-three, five-on-five. That is all a part of the plan.”
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