Warriors Make Sure Curry Won’t Come Back Before Playoffs


Golden State Warriors STAR Stephen Curry, who is out with a left leg ligament injury, will not return to play before the playoffs. This was revealed by the NBA club, Friday (1/4).

In a statement posted on Twitter, the Warriors said Curry’s recovery was going well but he would no longer be playing in the regular season, which ends on April 10.

« Stephen will gradually get into activity on the field and then train as he recovers, » said the Warriors.

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Warriors coach Steve Kerr called it no surprise.

« We actually expected him to appear in the last two or one regular games but it didn’t happen in the end, » Kerr said.

Curry has not played since picking up an injury in the March 16 game against the Boston Celtics.

Curry, the NBA’s record three-pointer, is averaging 25.5 points per game and the Warriors are on a 6-1 win-loss record since his absence.

The Warriors, currently, are fourth in the Western Conference standings. (AFP/OL-1)