SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Stephen Curry had hoped to play for the Warriors on Sunday at home against the Washington Wizards after being sidelined for four months, but he won’t return from a broken left hand quite that soon.
Golden State said Saturday that Curry is participating in full scrimmages during practice and ”continues to make good progress in his recovery.” He is scheduled to practice with the G-League Santa Cruz Warriors on Monday and is still expected to play in March, the Warriors said.
Stephen Curry continues to make good progress in his recovery from a broken left hand and remains on-schedule for a return to play at some point in March.
He is now participating in full scrimmages and is scheduled to practice with the Santa Cruz Warriors on Monday. pic.twitter.com/g49Kbwx5gA
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) February 29, 2020
Coach Steve Kerr had said before Tuesday’s game against Sacramento that hopefully Curry would return against Washington. But the two-time Kia MVP needed to be re-evaluated Saturday to better determine his status.
Curry has played only four games this season, falling on his hand Oct. 30 against the Suns. The Warriors were playing at Phoenix on Saturday night, mired in an eight-game losing streak.