Stephen Curry suffered a left shoulder subluxation on December 14th, 2022 in the loss that the Indiana Pacers handed the Golden State Warriors and the star point guard hasn’t been able to play since.
But now good news appear to be arriving when it comes to the timetable of his return, as the Warriors might only be without him for their next three games, or at least that’s what their general manager, Bob Myers shared this Thursday.
Warriors GM is eyeing a January 13th return for Steph Curry
Bob Myers, the Golden State Warriors general manager, shared this Thursday that they hope to have Steph Curry fully healthy by the time they start their next stint as visitors in the NBA on January 13, when they face the San Antonio Spurs in Texas.
“Bob Myers just said they’re hoping Steph Curry will be back for the first game of the Warriors road trip vs. Spurs on Jan. 13. He’s going to be re-evaluated this weekend. He’s working out on the court… There’s been no setbacks.”
The Warriors have improved their collective game in the past few games and appear to be on a roll, having won their last five games.
Stephen Curry was playing really good prior to injury
Stephen Curry was having a phenomenal MVP-caliber season prior to exiting the game against the Pacers a couple of weeks ago due to injury, in fact he had scored 38 points already in that game.
Curry averages 30 points, 6.8 assists and 6.6 rebounds this season, all while shooting an impressive 43.4% from three-point range.