Warriors Stephen Curry Injury Update: Done for Regular Season

The Stephen Curry injury update Golden State Warriors fans have been anxiously waiting for is finally here. The Warriors announced that their next update on Curry's status will be on April 11 — the day after their last regular season game — which means he is officially done for the regular season. 

They did add that the two-time MVP is making "good progress" and will start doing on-court work over the next week. 

Read the full statement from the Warriors PR below:

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr gave his thoughts on not having Curry around through the final stretch of their 2021-22 campaign. It seems like the 2016 Coach of the Year is optimistic that his franchise superstar will be fine. 

Via Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports:

Curry suffered the injury on March 16 during their 110-88 loss to the Boston Celtics, when Marcus Smart dove for a lose ball and landed on the 34-year-old's leg.

The Warriors have gone 1-6 since Curry's injury and have since dropped to fourth in the Western Conference playoff picture. Despite their slide, Jordan Poole's stellar play as of late has been a bright spot for the Warriors. Nonetheless, there is no way Golden State can contend for a title without the Baby-Faced Assassin.

With Curry's 2021-22 season over, the three-time NBA champion finishes his campaign with averages of 25.5 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 6.3 assists. He also had the worst shooting year of his career — 43.7 percent overall and 38.0 percent from beyond the arc.

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