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)