Warriors star Stephen Curry’s encouraging health update ahead of 2020-21 season
The Golden State Warriors‘ title hopes for the 2020-21 campaign recently took a significant blow when reports confirmed that Klay Thompson’s ACL injury is going to cost him yet another season on the sidelines. The Dubs are in dire need of some good news, and this is exactly what Stephen Curry recently provided, as the former back-to-back MVP gave an update on his health entering the new season.
According to Curry, he’s raring to go at this point:
“I’m ready to roll. Nice and rested. We’ve got a great opportunity to come back strong,” the Warriors sharpshooter said during “The Match 3” on Friday, via Alex Didion of NBC Sports. “We’re excited to get back out there and compete … Looking forward to it. We got practice tomorrow. Going to enjoy this last round for sure.”
The Warriors star himself missed a significant chunk of last season due to a hand injury, but as it appears, the 32-year-old has since made a full recovery from the health issue.
Stephen Curry speaks for his team here when he says that they are all excited to get back on the court. It was a miserable 2019-20 campaign for the Dubs, who finished dead last in the NBA with a 15-50 record.
The Warriors have put the forgettable season behind them now, as they look forward to mounting a challenge for the title in the upcoming campaign. The Thompson injury is an undeniably terrible development in this respect, but that’s water under the bridge for the Dubs. They were able to bring in a number of fresh faces into the squad, which should help them with their objectives.