Warriors Give Major Update On Stephen Curry

The Golden State Warriors have provided a major update regarding Stephen Curry's recovery from his left leg injury. As the Warriors PR announced on Twitter, the two-time league MVP is "making good progress" and will be re-evaluated again in a week.

The Warriors did mention beforehand that Curry will likely remain out through the first week after the All-Star break. So, this update isn't much of a surprise.

Curry has been on the sidelines since February 6th, a couple of days after suffering the injury in a win over the Dallas Mavericks. 

This update means the Warriors guard will miss the next four games, at least, on top of the five he's already missed. Golden State will take on the Lakers, Rockets, Timberwolves, and Trail Blazers to open their post-All-Star break schedule. 

Curry has missed a total of 20 games so far this season, including 11 games from mid-December to early January due to a shoulder injury.

The defending champions limped their way towards the All-Star break without their superstar leader, losing three of their last four before the February intermission.

Golden State is currently at an even 29-29 and stands as the 9th seed in the Western Conference with 23 games remaining on the schedule.

Meanwhile, aside from Curry, the Warriors are also missing the services of Andrew Wiggins, who is out with a personal matter.

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