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Warriors star Stephen Curry confirms plan to return in the first week of March

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With the Golden State Warriors not making the playoffs this year, most pundits believe that injured superstar Stephen Curry should just sit out the rest of the 2019-20 NBA regular season.

The 31-year-old sharpshooter, however, confirmed that he is targeting to make his return in the first week of March.

Curry was in attendance at Chase Center on Saturday, as the Warriors succumbed to the Los Angeles Lakers, 120-125. Asked by a reporter if he will be ready next month, Curry said that it was the plan all along.

“It’s been the plan since surgery and knowing the timeline with the injury, as severe as it was. I’m not rushing but I’m setting a goal that hopefully I can meet. First week of March to get back on the floor and get back with my teammates. Hopefully, end the season on a strong note,” Curry shared.

Stephen Curry has been out since October after breaking his left hand against the Phoenix Suns. He suited up in four games this season, notching 20.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists while shooting 40.9 percent of his field goals and just 24.3 percent of his 3-point attempts.

The two-time MVP has continued to be around the Dubs during his recovery. Chef Curry seems to be healing just fine, as he was previously caught on video knocking down 3-pointers from his usual absurd range.

With him and fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson out of commission, the Warriors have fallen from grace and hold the worst record in the league at 12-40.