He’s back folks. He is finally back. Steph Curry is returning from action after missing four months and 58 games, and having two surgeries on his broken left hand.
The long, long wait is over, and we’ll get to see Curry in action against the team he faced in the NBA Finals, the Raptors (who, unlike the Warriors, have followed up their successful 2018-19 with a strong year).
Curry isn’t exactly jumping into familiar grounds. With Draymond Green and Kevon Looney out for another game, there are exactly zero available players next to Curry who were on last season’s playoff roster.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr says Draymond Green, who will miss his fourth consecutive game with knee soreness, did undergo MRI exam but there is no structural damage. The hope is that it fades in the coming days.— Monte Poole (@MontePooleNBCS) March 6, 2020
Third straight missed game with a hip issue for Kevon Looney, just as he was gathering a small bit of momentum. Kerr: “That’s a concern. We’ll have an update tomorrow.”— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 6, 2020
Curry will obviously be the focal point of the offense, but he’ll also play slightly limited minutes. All the more reason to win in a blowout, right?
Steve Kerr will keep Steph Curry under 30 minutes, and will play him in bursts of 6ish minutes. Would like to have him finish the game.— Wes Goldberg (@wcgoldberg) March 6, 2020
The time is here friends. Steph Curry is back.
Enjoy the game. Go Dubs.