Re: Steph Curry To Miss All Of February, Will Be Re-Evaluated In March

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Steph Curry To Miss All Of February, Will Be Re-Evaluated In March 

Post#1 » by RealGM Wiretap » Sat Feb 1, 2020 11:46 pm

Steph Curry will miss all of February and be re-evaluated at the beginning of March as he continues to rehab his broken left hand. 


The Warriors are hopeful that Curry can return sometime in March.


Curry broke his left hand on October 30th, and underwent surgery on November 1st. 

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Re: Steph Curry To Miss All Of February, Will Be Re-Evaluated In March 

Post#2 » by kanahda ballz » Sun Feb 2, 2020 2:28 am

Warriors management should not be in a hurry to bring Steph back onto the court.

The longer Steph sits the higher the odds for the Dubs the get a very high 1st round pick in this upcoming draft.

The Warriors could even consider sitting out Steph for the rest of this season - after him playing over 100 games each of the last 5 seasons.

In the 2020-2021 season, with a healed and well rested Curry (and Klay Thompson), as well as a roster of DLo, Draymond, Paschall and a high FRP....... the Warriors could make some noise.
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Re: Steph Curry To Miss All Of February, Will Be Re-Evaluated In March 

Post#3 » by luciano-davidwesley » Sun Feb 2, 2020 7:34 am

kanahda ballz wrote:Warriors management should not be in a hurry to bring Steph back onto the court.

The longer Steph sits the higher the odds for the Dubs the get a very high 1st round pick in this upcoming draft.

The Warriors could even consider sitting out Steph for the rest of this season - after him playing over 100 games each of the last 5 seasons.

In the 2020-2021 season, with a healed and well rested Curry (and Klay Thompson), as well as a roster of DLo, Draymond, Paschall and a high FRP....... the Warriors could make some noise.


Do you really think it takes 5 months to recover from a broken hand? The NBA should be investigating the Warriors for obvious tanking. Imagine if the lucky buggers get a top 3 pick in the midst of a dynasty.
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Re: Steph Curry To Miss All Of February, Will Be Re-Evaluated In March 

Post#4 » by Vegeta10176 » Sun Feb 2, 2020 7:50 am

luciano-davidwesley wrote:
kanahda ballz wrote:Warriors management should not be in a hurry to bring Steph back onto the court.

The longer Steph sits the higher the odds for the Dubs the get a very high 1st round pick in this upcoming draft.

The Warriors could even consider sitting out Steph for the rest of this season - after him playing over 100 games each of the last 5 seasons.

In the 2020-2021 season, with a healed and well rested Curry (and Klay Thompson), as well as a roster of DLo, Draymond, Paschall and a high FRP....... the Warriors could make some noise.


Do you really think it takes 5 months to recover from a broken hand? The NBA should be investigating the Warriors for obvious tanking. Imagine if the lucky buggers get a top 3 pick in the midst of a dynasty.


Spurs tanked and ended up with Duncan.. But I digress when Curry was playing GSW still sucked so wont make much difference if he is healthy he should play if he at risk of injury sit it out.. Klay should not play this season again but Curry with just a broken hand should be on the court again at some point..

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