Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry was reported that he’ll be back on March 1.
Curry who helped lead the “Dubs” for three titles and won two NBA MVP titles got sidelined early this 2019-20 NBA season after he broke his left at the end of October as the 6-foot-3 guard collided with Phoenix Suns’ center Aaron Baynes.
After that misfortune incident, the current campaign of the Warriors went downhill considering that Klay Thompson is also on their team’s injured list plus the departure of Kevin Durant from their squad.
Yet, Golden State head coach Steve Kerr has an update on Curry which will make their fans excited for the next few days to come.
“Yeah he scrimmaged today, first day of scrimmaging,” Kerr told reporters at the Chase Center practice facility. “We only had seven other healthy players, so there were two coaches out there scrimmaging too, it was not pretty, but Steph looked great.”
It appears that the 31-year-old shooter is on track with his recovery timetable and soon will be back nailing those deep three-pointers.
The Warriors is currently at the last spot of the Western Conference and it’s expected that they’ll miss the 2020 NBA Playoffs. The last time Golden State missed the post-season games was back in the 2011-12 NBA season.