UPDATE: Feb. 1, 6:03 p.m. — Stephen Curry is expected to miss at least another month, being ruled out for every game in February. He’ll be evaluated after four weeks and is still on track to return in March.
Steph Curry recovery update: Out another month, all 11 February games. Another re-evaluation in four weeks. Making steady progress. Team is "hopeful" for a March return. Curry clearly targeting the start of the month. He's been going through increased intensity shooting routines.— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) February 1, 2020
Three-time NBA Champion Stephen Curry has been out most of the 2019-20 season and it’s been felt throughout the basketball community. The Golden State Warriors are currently a shell of their former selves and it’s widely because of Curry’s absence, a fractured hand that has kept him sidelined since the start of November. There is good news, however, as Curry was seen chucking up deep 3=pointers prior to Thursday’s game against the Boston Celtics.
Steph Curry knocking down deep 3s— Chris Montano (@gswchris) January 31, 2020
The return is near pic.twitter.com/hqe6JwMq0X
That sure does look like the Curry we know and love. The target date for Steph’s return is in March, per The Athletic, so that will give the Dubs at least a month or so to evaluate the roster for the future prior to the 2020 NBA Draft and free agency. Here, we’ll be tracking all the latest news, rumors and updates pertaining to Curry and his return to action.