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Further testing on Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry's surgically repaired, sprained right ankle showed no structural damage.
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The much-anticipated "plan" for how the Warriors will handle Stephen Curry and his recurring ankle problems amounted to a cursory Tuesday press release. Team doctors and Curry's surgeon confirmed that he has no structural damage, he will continue treatment and rehab, and will be cleared to play after he passes a functionality test on his right ankle. The fact that he...
The Golden State Warriors updated the condition of guard Stephen Curry. who continues to be sidelined with a sprained right ankle.
No new structural damage has been detected in Stephen Curry's right ankle, and the Warriors point guard's status remains day-to-day, according to general manager Larry Riley.
With the recent spat of injuries to the Warriors, they need some of their rookies to step up. 22-year old guard Charles Jenkins has replaced Stephen Curry in the starting lineup due to his ankle injury. Jenkins has played in 7 games (3 starts) for the Warriors so far this year and he is averaging 7.4 minutes, 1.7 points, 0.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game. The Warriors would...
The good news: there's no structural damage. Statement from Larry Riley:
Stephen Curry was examined by Warriors' Team Orthopaedist Tim McAdams on Saturday, January 7, prior to our game in Oakland and again by Dr. Bob Anderson (the doctor who performed Stephen's surgery this past offseason) yesterday, January 9, in Charlotte, NC. Following the examinations and consultations...