Stephen Curry unlikely to return this season from broken hand

Carrie Guzman
November 11, 2019

If that's the case, it's safe to say the Warriors won't be making it to the playoffs for the first time since the 2011-12 season.

Golden State faces the Oklahoma City Thunder after D'Angelo Russell's 52-point outing in the Warriors' 125-119 overtime loss to the Timberwolves.

After achieving dynasty status and winning three of the last five National Basketball Association championships, the Golden State Warriors are on the downswing thanks to a plethora of injuries that have the team floating around the bottom of the Western Conference. As a substitute, Golden State can be extra involved with planning forward for subsequent season when Curry and Thompson are anticipated to be wholesome.

If true, this is a far cry from the Warriors' official statement that said Curry, who is out with a broken bone in his left hand, would be re-evaluated in February. The team maintains that Stephen Curry will be subjected to another re-evaluation after three months following his surgery last Friday.

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Curry suffered the injury when colliding with Aron Baynes driving to the basket. He immediately grabbed his left wrist after Baynes landed on top of him.

Golden State finished 57-25 overall and 27-14 on the road a season ago. They sit at 2-7 on the season, and teams around the league certainly won't show any sympathy for them.

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