Steph Curry expects to return this season, will need second surgery
Steph Curry spoke with the media on Monday night and shared some updates on his status.
Curry said he expects to return to this season and mentioned the “early spring” as when he thinks he might be back. He also said that surgery was required for his broken hand and that his return will depend on how rehab goes.
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Curry already underwent one operation on his hand and will undergo a second next month to have the pins removed. He says that will cause swelling and a longer recovery.
Curry’s comments came days after a report on Friday said the two-time NBA MVP would miss the entire season.
The 31-year-old suffered a broken hand during a fall against the Phoenix Suns on October 30. The Warriors entered play on Monday night with a 2-8 record.