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REPORT: Stephen Curry hoping to return to Warriors in early spring

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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is not losing hope that he will be able to return this 2019-20 season.

Addressing the media before the Warriors take on the Utah Jazz, Curry revealed that he expects to return sometime in early spring. Curry is currently nursing a hand injury which he sustained when Aron Baynes fell on him during their match against the Phoenix Suns last month.

Curry went under the needle on Nov. 1 on his left hand and a metacarpal of his index finger.

Steph also revealed in his pre-game presser that he’ll undergo a second surgery in December to remove the pins out of his hand. While he recovers, he won’t be joining the team on their road trips. However, he did share that he might join the Warriors again after the new year.

After the two-time MVP went down, various reports revealed that he might be done for the season. Nonetheless, Curry’s update definitely holds more credibility than such reports. For Warriors fans, they still have a good chance to see their superstar in action.

But whether or not his participation in games can turn the season around is a matter of wait-and-see. After five years of league dominance, the Warriors’ reign is finally over.

With that said, it would be completely understandable if the Warriors opt to sit him out for the rest of the year. He’s just 31 years-old with a ton of game left. Before he calls it quits, another title run would be ideal.