Golden State Warriors Superstar Set to Return March 1 vs. Wizards
The Golden State Warriors are not willing to rule Steph Curry out for the remainder of the season.
Curry has missed the majority of the season after breaking his left hand in late October. In his absence, the hobbled and depleted Warriors have mustered up a league-worst 12-45 record this season.
“This was a serious one that had a lot of nuances to it with the two surgeries and the nerve damage and stuff I’m still dealing with,” Curry said, per The Athletic. “Everything is new. If it was an ankle thing, I’d tell you everything every step of the way. It is going to feel different. Anybody who has had surgery knows it takes a long time to get back to true normal.”
The Warriors remain cautious with Curry. In what is already a lost season, the Warriors will continue to monitor their franchise superstar before the March 1 date. If Curry is anything short of 100 percent, he will remain sidelined. That being said, the hope is that he is able to suit up against the Washington Wizards Sunday.
Curry has missed all but four games this season.