Steph Curry Could Miss the Remainder of the Season with Broken Hand
The Golden State Warriors collapse has been far more dramatic than ever expected.
After an initial prognosis ruled Steph Curry out for up to three months, sources close to Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report suggested that the injury appeared “worse than originally thought”. Furthermore, it is now deemed unlikely that Curry plays again this season because, as Bucher put it, there would be no competitive reason for him to return to the court.
A clarification from my story today citing a source saying Steph Curry is likely to miss the remainder of the season: while the injury was worse than originally thought, he wouldn't play again this season because there's no competitive reason. Story is being updated.
— Ric Bucher (@RicBucher) November 8, 2019
The 31-year old was averaging 20.3 points per game prior to breaking his left hand in the Warriors’ fourth game of the season against the Phoenix Suns.
In what has been a brutal start to the season for the Warriors, the team is already riddled with injuries and at 2-6, are one of the bottom five defenses in the entire league.