Warriors superstar Steph Curry was injured back on February 4 against the Mavericks. Curry suffered partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseous membrane as well as a lower leg contusion. That sounds a lot worse than it really is as Curry will play again the season, and likely soon. Below we will look at when will Steph Curry return and be back on the court for the Warriors. We will also dish out Warriors betting information.
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When will Steph Curry return and be back on court for Warriors?
Update: Warriors guard Steph Curry will return to the court for the Warriors on Sunday against the LA Lakers.
Here we will discuss when will Steph Curry return and be back on the court for the Golden State Warriors. The Dubs’ sharpshooter seems to be close to returning as Warriors President of Basketball Operations Bob Myers told the Bay Area’s 95.7 The Game.
“I’m here at the facility and (Curry) is here rehabbing,” Myers said on February 15. “Steph is so uniquely disciplined and motivated without anyone telling him. His level of discipline to return is his own. He wants it. He wants to be back. He will return as soon as possible.”
The Athletic’s Shams Charania said at the time of the injury that Curry would be out “multiple weeks,” stopping short of saying a month. With that and how well Curry seems to be rehabbing, it is likely we see him return in early March.
Here is a Curry injury timetable with the Warriors schedule for early March.
- Thursday, March 2: Clippers at Warriors
- Friday, March 3: Pelicans at Warriors
- Sunday, March 5: Warriors at Lakers
- Tuesday, March 7: Warriors at Thunder
- Thursday, March 9: Warriors at Grizzlies
- Saturday, March 11: Bucks at Warriors
Will Carroll, the injury expert for TheLines, also weighed in on Curry’s status.
“Stephen Curry is dealing with an injury we don’t even have a good name for,” Carroll said. “We all know the ‘high ankle’ – the joint between the tibia and fibula at the lower end of the leg – but there’s also another joint between the two bones at the top. Should we call it a “low knee”? Probably not, but the sprain at this joint is painful and problematic. It’s another joint not designed to move much, so when it does, the pain and swelling can be significant. Add in that any biomechanical change for Curry is key since he has chronic ankle issues, so rehab for everything is more complex. He’s already do some activity, and likely more in reduced-load situations like an Alter-G or pool treadmill. Curry is said to be on track to be back after the All Star break, but not immediately … a week, a handful of games, and the Warriors are usually conservative with rehabs and moreso with Curry.”
Sports Injury information from Injury Expert Will Carroll
Golden State Warriors odds
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Steph Curry odds
When Curry is healthy there are dozens of player props for him each game. Curry is also a consistent MVP favorite but he likely has missed too many games due to injury this season to be seriously considered. He had +20000 NBA MVP odds as of February 18.