Stephen Curry Aims To Resume On-Court Work After All-Star Break Despite Left Leg Injury

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry plans to resume on-court work during the NBA All-Star break but will still need time to recover from a leg injury that has forced him to miss multiple games.

Curry suffered the injury during a game against the Dallas Mavericks on February 4th after a collision with McKinley Wright IV.

An MRI revealed partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligament and interosseous membrane in his left leg, as well as a bruise.

Photo: Instagram/Stephen Curry 

Curry said it's hard to know how long his healing will take due to the ligament damage.

Curry, who will miss the All-Star game, is eager to have everyone healthy on the team, including newly acquired guard Gary Payton II.

He remains confident about Golden State's chances despite the team's current struggles and inconsistency.

The Warriors' MVP is averaging 29.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 6.4 assists.

Curry has missed a total of 19 games this season, 11 of which were due to a partially dislocated left shoulder.

Curry said that if the team is healthy come playoff time, they have a good chance to make a run at another title.

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Source: AP News


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