Stephen Curry (elbow) will be in the starting lineup for Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals against the Thunder on Sunday.
Stephen Curry (elbow) is going through the morning shootaround as expected.
Stephen Curry (elbow) said his injury is more "uncomfortable" than "painful."
Stephen Curry practiced on Friday and the swelling in his elbow appears to have subsided.
Stephen Curry (elbow) is expected to play in Game 3 against the Thunder on Sunday.
Warriors GM Bob Myers said that Stephen Curry's elbow did not need to be drained on Thursday.
Steph Curry said his injured elbow felt fine after Wednesday's Game 2 win.
Stephen Curry scored a team-high 28 points on 9-of-15 shooting during Wednesday's Game 2 victory, hitting five 3-pointers with two rebounds, three assists and one steal in 30 minutes.
Stephen Curry scored 26 points during a stunning 108-102 loss to the Thunder in Game 1 on Monday, adding 10 rebounds, seven assists, three steals, seven turnovers and six 3-pointers.
Stephen Curry went through a full practice on Sunday without wearing a brace on his injured right knee.
Stephen Curry said that his knee hasn't gotten much better in the past week, but it also hasn't gotten any worse and he's confident he can be effective in the Western Conference Finals.
Stephen Curry accepted the MVP award prior to Wednesday's series-clinching home win, which he finished with 29 points on 10-of-20 shooting, five rebounds and 11 assists.
Steve Kerr confirmed that Stephen Curry (knee) will start Game 5 on Wednesday.
Stephen Curry (knee) said that he was feeling "a little fatigued" after logging 37 minutes during Game 4's overtime win over Portland, but he feels he's in good shape for Game 5 on Wednesday.