The Golden State Warriors are anxiously awaiting the return to action of their star point guard Steph Curry. Curry’s left shoulder injury from earlier this month was supposed to keep him out for 3–4 weeks, but the exact time frame may be getting closer.
Curry will undergo another evaluation in two weeks, the Warriors announced in a formal update on Saturday. Curry joined the broadcast during the Christmas Day game between Golden State and the Memphis Grizzlies to provide an update on this timeline and his development.
Curry remarked, “Every day, it gets better. “I’m hoping that the two weeks will be as close as possible. I can use the extra time to complete my five-on-five rehab. “.
It is encouraging to hear that Curry’s shoulder is improving daily for Warriors fans. All the fans, eager to see their MVP back, share their hope that he will return within those two weeks. January 7th, which would be two weeks after the most recent update, is when the Warriors host the Orlando Magic. Golden State’s next matchup is on January 10th against Phoenix Suns if Curry is not ready to play that day.
Curry said his injured left shoulder is getting better every day, and while his recovery will, of course, depend on how well he progresses, that process appears to be going well.
Steph Curry’s absence has been extremely difficult for the Warriors, who are eagerly awaiting his return. Hopefully, that return will occur only a short time after his subsequent evaluation if things keep going this way.