Warriors' Curry 'unlikely' to return this season

Tanya Simon
November 10, 2019

An update to the Bleacher Report story said Curry's recovery timeline of at least three months is longer than the "standard six weeks for a broken bone" and Curry is unlikely to play again this season because the Warriors will probably be out of contention.

Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry will miss the rest of the National Basketball Association season.

Even so, Ric Bucher wrote in Bleacher Report that the primary prognosis could have been optimistic.

Bucher later clarified his original statement by saying that while the injury is worse than originally thought, he believes Curry wouldn't return this season because "there's no competitive reason to".

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The Warriors are between 2 and 6 years old and things could get very bad for them with Curry and Klay Thompson at the exit and Kevin Durant having gone free autarky.

Curry suffered the injury when colliding with Aron Baynes driving to the basket.

The 31-12 months-previous averaged 20.three details in the first four game titles of the year and has a profession regular of 23.five details for every match.

After achieving dynasty status and winning three of the last five National Basketball Association championships, the Golden State Warriors are on the downswing thanks to a plethora of injuries that have the team floating around the bottom of the Western Conference.

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