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Stephen Curry | Guard | #30

Team: Golden State Warriors
Age / DOB:  (29) / 3/14/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 190
College: Davidson
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 1 (7) / GS
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Warriors coach Steve Kerr said that Stephen Curry (ankle) is making progress.
"He’s doing fine," Kerr said. "No work on the court or anything. Just getting treatment. He seems to be doing well." There's no timeline for Curry's return, but he's out of his walking boot and is expected to miss at least 12 more days according to Monte Poole of NBC Sports. The Warriors only have two games this week, so Shaun Livingston isn't the greatest short-term solution for fantasy owners. Dec 11 - 9:52 AM
Source: NBC Sports

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Stephen Curry (ankle) is not with the team for Friday's game in Detroit.

He went back home to work on his rehab, so this really doesn't change his timetable. The Warriors won't be rushing Curry back from his right ankle injury, which is the same ankle that had two surgeries earlier in his career. Expect Kevin Durant to feast while Shaun Livingston and Quinn Cook handle the point until Pat McCaw (concussion) is back.
Dec 8 - 8:36 PM

Stephen Curry (ankle) will be re-evaluated "in a couple of weeks," according to Adrian Wojnarowski‏ of ESPN.

Shams Charania of the Vertical is reporting that Curry's MRI result revealed no structural damage on his injured right ankle, but that there is significant swelling. ESPN's Chris Hayes confirmed Woj's report, tweeting that Curry's ankle is "stable and intact," and that he'll be re-evaluated in two weeks. In the two games that Curry missed previously this season, Shaun Livingston and Patrick McCaw (nose contusion) started one game apiece. Fantasy studs Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green will likely see their usage rates rise with Curry sidelined. The good news is that if Curry misses exactly two weeks, he'll only miss five games with the new balanced schedule the NBA has implemented.
Dec 5 - 5:54 PM

ESPN's Chris Haynes is reporting that Stephen Curry (ankle) will not play Wednesday vs. the Hornets.

Curry was fully expected to miss at least one game once he was seen using crutches and wearing a walking boot after spraining his right ankle late in Monday night's win over the Pelicans. The X-rays came back clean, but we are still waiting MRI results, which will determine how long Curry will be sidelined. Per Hayes, MRI results are expected later in the day. Shaun Livingston will likely draw the start at PG on Wednesday. Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green will be asked to shoulder more of the offensive load with Curry out.
Dec 5 - 12:35 PM

Stephen Curry (ankle) is listed as doubtful in the game notes for Wednesday's matchup vs. the Hornets.

Curry rolled his ankle in the final minute of the Warriors win over the Pelicans on Monday night. He immediately left the game and was wearing a walking boot and on crutches when he addressed the media afterward. Fortunately, the X-rays on the ankle came back negative. However, we still don't know if there is any other damage he will have to deal with going forward. Curry would love to play in his hometown of Charlotte, but it is extremely unlikely that he will be medically cleared. We should have an update from the team on Tuesday.
Source: NBA.com
Dec 5 - 10:18 AM

X-rays on Stephen Curry's right ankle came back negative.

This is obviously good news, but Curry is not out of the woods yet. He has a lot of swelling, and while the Warriors are calling it a sprain for now, he'll undergo further evaluation on Tuesday which will include an MRI. If Curry misses time, fantasy studs like Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green will all see increased roles, while Patrick McCaw, Shaun Livingston and Andre Iguodala would have to step up as well. In the two games that Curry missed previously, Livingston and McCaw each got a start.
Dec 4 - 11:13 PM

Stephen Curry (right ankle) left the locker room on crutches and is set to undergo X-rays.

He had a nasty ankle roll in the final minute of the fourth quarter and left the game for good with a significant limp. Coach Steve Kerr said he didn't have an update on the severity, but it sounds like we should have another update soon. Stay tuned.
Dec 4 - 10:59 PM

Stephen Curry left Monday's game vs. the Pelicans after rolling his right ankle in the final minute of the fourth.

The Warriors can't catch a break. Curry was in a lot of pain and had a significant limp on his way back to the locker room. He obviously didn't return and this injury looks like it has the potential to force him to miss additional action. We'll have an update following Golden State's post-game media session. He finished with 31 points, 11 assists, five rebounds, one steal and five 3-pointers.
Dec 4 - 10:30 PM

Stephen Curry (hand) and Andre Iguodala (knee) will be available to play Monday vs. the Pelicans.

Curry lit up the Heat to the tune of 30 points on 11-of-16 shooting during Sunday's win, so clearly the bruised shooting hand was not an issue, and Curry himself has said he plans to play through this minor ailment. Iguodala will be returning from a two-game absence, which will result in fewer minutes for Omri Casspi. Feel free to get Curry active, as he could see some extra minutes tonight with Shaun Livingston (suspension) unavailable.
Dec 4 - 6:40 PM

Stephen Curry (bruised right hand) is listed as probable for Monday's game vs. the Pelicans.

Curry's injury is expected to linger for a while, but you can't really tell by his play as he's averaging 27.0 points in three outings since returning from a one-game absence. Curry only played 30 minutes on Sunday, so he should be relatively fresh. We'll confirm that he's active, but there's no way he sits since the Warriors are expected to rest Shaun Livingston.
Source: NBA.com
Dec 4 - 10:14 AM

Stephen Curry (bruised right hand) made 11-of-16 field goals to finish Sunday's win in Miami with 30 points, five 3-pointers, three assists, two rebounds, two steals and zero turnovers in 30 minutes.

"[The bruise] isn't going away anytime soon," Curry said. "It’s something I’ll have to play through ... It just takes time to get used to." The good news is that the injury shouldn't cost him any games, and it clearly didn't bother him tonight. Steph recently passed Jason Kidd for the eighth-most made 3-pointers in NBA history (1,990) -- next up on the list are active veterans Vince Carter, Jamal Crawford and Kyle Korver.
Dec 3 - 9:56 PM

Stephen Curry (right hand contusion) will play on Sunday vs. Miami.

Coach Steve Kerr said a few days ago that his injury will linger and that Curry will have to adjust to it, but he looked fine on Friday with 23 points, six rebounds, 10 assists, three steals and three 3-pointers. The Warriors play again on Monday vs. the Pelicans, so there's a slight chance that Curry could be rested in that one.
Dec 3 - 11:27 AM

Stephen Curry (right hand contusion) and Kevin Durant (sprained left ankle) are listed as probable for Sunday's game vs. the Heat.

Curry logged 33 minutes in the Warriors blowout win over Orlando on Friday, finishing with 23 points, six rebounds, 10 assists, three steals and three 3-pointers. Curry is playing with padding on his injured right ring finger, but it hasn't seemed to adversely impact his production.
Source: NBA.com
Dec 2 - 9:35 AM

Stephen Curry (hand) scored 23 points with six rebounds, 10 assists, three steals and three 3-pointers in 33 minutes against the Magic on Friday.

Coach Steve Kerr said Curry is going to have to learn to play with the padding on his hand, and Curry himself mentioned it before the game. "It’s not going away anytime soon. It’s something I’ll have to play through," Curry told ESPN's Chris Haynes. Curry also passed Jason Kidd for eighth all time in triples made, and he only needed 595 games to do it compared to Kidd's 1,391. It didn't take long for him to learn to play with the padding, so expect him to continue his outstanding season.
Dec 1 - 9:26 PM

Stephen Curry (right hand contusion), Kevin Durant (sprained left ankle), David West (left lateral knee soreness) and Klay Thompson (sprained right ankle) are available to play Friday vs. Orlando.

Curry is on track to suit up, but it remains to be seen if playing through pain in his shooting hand impacts his effectiveness or efficiency. Steph played with a wrap on his hand Wednesday and reportedly got in touch with Kobe Bryant to ask him about playing with a similar hand injury. We'll keep an eye on Curry's percentages going forward.
Dec 1 - 1:44 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Stephen Curry
2Shaun Livingston
SG1Klay Thompson
2Patrick McCaw
3Nick Young
SF1Kevin Durant
2Andre Iguodala
3Omri Casspi
PF1Draymond Green
2David West
3Jordan Bell
4Kevon Looney
5Chris Boucher
C1Zaza Pachulia
2JaVale McGee
 
 

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