Return Delayed for Stephen Curry


The 2022–2023 Golden State Warriors season wasn’t very spectacular. The reigning NBA champions are having a hard time moving up the standings. The Warriors, who are 11th in the Western Conference with 15 wins and 18 losses, just lost Stephen Curry. The MVP of the most recent championship game against the Boston Celtics has been sidelined since mid-December with a left shoulder injury. Although return of Stephen Curry was anticipated as soon as possible, he has recently received some unfavorable news.

Stephen Curry won’t be available to the Golden State Warriors for at least another two weeks. Stephen Curry has had a left shoulder injury and won’t return for at least two weeks. The team reported that its star, who was shot in the shoulder on December 14, was making “excellent progress” and would be “re-evaluated” afterward.

“Stephen Curry, who suffered a subluxation of his left shoulder on December 14 at Indiana and has missed the team’s last four games, was recently re-evaluated. The re-evaluation indicated that Stephen is making good progress. He will be re-evaluated again in two weeks.” Golden State Warriors tweeted on 24 December.

The team’s captain, who has a partial dislocation of the left shoulder, has already missed the team’s last four games, giving them a pitiful record of one win. He would miss seven additional games if he remained sidelined for the ensuing 14 days. Golden State, the defending champion, has really bad news as they currently sit in 11th place in the Western Conference.

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