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Stephen Curry | Guard | #30

Team: Golden State Warriors
Age / DOB:  (28) / 3/14/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 190
College: Davidson
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 1 (7) / GS
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Stephen Curry (elbow) finished Sunday's 133-105 Game 3 defeat with 24 points on 7-of-17 shooting, three 3-pointers, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in 30 minutes.
Curry shot well in Game 2 and he wasn't even listed on Golden State's injury report tonight, so his struggles can't be blamed on injuries -- credit is due to OKC's defense, which switched pick-and-rolls and used its length to confound the Warriors. The starting unit for Golden State shot a combined 20-of-57 from the field (35.1 percent) and it's safe to assume they'll be burning for redemption in Game 4. May 22 - 10:50 PM

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Stephen Curry (elbow) will be in the starting lineup for Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals against the Thunder on Sunday.

Curry was a full participant during shootaround, and he's not even being listed on the injury report. He was never in any danger of missing Game 3, and head coach Steve Kerr said that Curry was shooting the ball well during shootaround, so it doesn't seem like the injury will impact his play.
May 22 - 3:58 PM

Stephen Curry (elbow) is going through the morning shootaround as expected.

Coach Steve Kerr said that Curry was shooting the ball well and that his elbow isn't giving him any issues. We'll likely have official confirmation soon, but Curry is fully expected to play in Game 3 vs. the Thunder.
Source: ESPN
May 22 - 11:56 AM

Stephen Curry (elbow) said his injury is more "uncomfortable" than "painful."

He said he has a full range of motion after going through a full practice on Friday. "It doesn’t cause any problems mechanically, so I can still use my arm and do what I need to do," Curry said. He wore a compression sleeve and there is no word if he'll keep it on for Sunday. Curry will be ready to roll for a big Game 3 in Oklahoma City.
May 20 - 6:26 PM

Stephen Curry practiced on Friday and the swelling in his elbow appears to have subsided.

He did have a brace on his elbow, so the injury isn't completely behind him. Luckily for the Warriors, the schedule helps them with Game 3 not until Sunday. All that time off should help his knee injury, as well. Expect Curry to have a big game in Oklahoma City.
May 20 - 3:42 PM

Stephen Curry (elbow) is expected to play in Game 3 against the Thunder on Sunday.

Curry's elbow is showing improvement, and the Warriors are so confident in his progress that they aren't even putting him on the injury report for Game 3. There's sure to be more than a few updates leading up to Sunday's tip, but for now, we can assume that he'll play.
May 19 - 6:23 PM

Warriors GM Bob Myers said that Stephen Curry's elbow did not need to be drained on Thursday.

"I just saw him today a little while ago, and it didn't seem like anything crazy," said Myers of Curry. "I suppose that's possible if it keeps gathering fluid in there, but it didn't seem like a major issue to anybody. People aren't walking around here right now worried about it, so that's a positive thing." It doesn't sound like Curry is in any jeopardy of missing Sunday's Game 3 in OKC.
May 19 - 5:53 PM

Steph Curry said his injured elbow felt fine after Wednesday's Game 2 win.

Curry was wearing an elbow wrap after the game, but didn't seem worried. "Elbow is fine," Curry said after the game. "Looks like it has a tennis ball on top, but doesn't affect range of motion." We'll keep a close eye on news surrounding Curry's elbow, but it doesn't sound like his status for Game 3 is in jeopardy.
May 19 - 10:36 AM

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.

"I don’t think [Curry] is 100 percent, but I think he’s close," Steve Kerr said prior to the game. Steph was quiet in the first half, but he came alive with a personal 15-point spurt in the third quarter -- in under two minutes of game time. Golden State won by a 27-point margin, convincingly ending any hand-wringing about their Game 1 defeat. Curry's right elbow swelled up after a dive into the stands, but he said in a post-game interview that he expects to be fine for Sunday's Game 3 in OKC.
May 18 - 11:37 PM

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.

Shockingly, Curry was a minus-six in plus-minus as the Warriors blew a 14-point lead. The Thunder should get a lot of credit for their communication on defense to switch on Curry with all of his off-ball movement. Curry's 10 boards were a playoff career-high output on the glass with a lot of lucky bounces going his way. The MVP also played 40 minutes in this game, which looks like it should continue. Expect plenty of monster stat lines better than this one going forward. Curry also set the record for consecutive playoff games with at least one 3-pointer at 45 games.
May 16 - 11:48 PM

Stephen Curry went through a full practice on Sunday without wearing a brace on his injured right knee.

"You probably won't hear me talk about it much after this," Curry said after Sunday's practice. "I'll be out there playing so it's nothing to worry about. There's nothing structurally wrong. I'm past the point where pain can shut things down, but it is still there." The knee may not be 100 percent, but Curry will remain an elite option in fantasy hoops.
May 15 - 5:55 PM

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.

Curry might not be 100 percent healthy, but that didn't stop him from dropping 40 points in his return from the injury followed up by a 29-point, 11-assist double-double during a series clinching Game 5 win over Portland. The back-to-back MVP is in no danger of spending any time on the sidelines.
May 15 - 4:10 PM

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.

The first unanimous MVP selection in league history began the game as a playmaker, deferring to his teammates, but he finished 5-of-11 beyond the arc with a variety of ridiculous late-game daggers. Curry has looked great since returning from his knee injury and he'll get at least a few more days' rest before facing the winner of the Spurs vs. Thunder series, so his health shouldn't be a major concern going forward.
May 12 - 1:46 AM

Steve Kerr confirmed that Stephen Curry (knee) will start Game 5 on Wednesday.

The move was already announced but this gives DFS owners added certainty, and he reportedly felt no ill effects after logging 37 minutes in Game 4. He should see a similar workload tonight, which is bad news for Shaun Livingston's fading fantasy prospects.
May 11 - 8:52 PM

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.

Steve Kerr already said that Curry will be back in the starting lineup on Wednesday, a move that will send Shaun Livingston back to the bench. Curry didn't look hampered at all by the knee injury during Game 4's win, so it's unlikely he'll be with any sort of minutes limit during Game 5.
May 10 - 6:25 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Stephen Curry
2Shaun Livingston
SG1Klay Thompson
2Brandon Rush
3Leandro Barbosa
4Ian Clark
SF1Harrison Barnes
2Andre Iguodala
PF1Draymond Green
2Marreese Speights
3James Michael McAdoo
4Kevon Looney
C1Andrew Bogut
2Festus Ezeli
3Anderson Varejao