Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is progressing on his recovery but will likely need two more weeks until return. Curry is dealing with a groin injury and has missed the Warriors' last three games.

ESPN's Nick Friedell tweeted out this piece of good news for Bay Area fans.

Kerr says Curry is feeling better but Warriors will be very cautious as he recovers from a groin injury. Kerr says Curry will need lots of court time before he returns to games. Sounds like he will be out at least a couple more weeks.

Before his injury, Curry has been tearing it up with career-highs in shooting percentages. You wouldn't think that the two-time MVP could still improve on his already-legendary shooting, but he did. He is averaging 52% on field goal percentage while shooting 49% beyond the arc.

With those impressive percentages, Curry is leading the league in scoring with 29.5 points per game. On top of that, he is also averaging 6.1 assists and 5.0 rebounds every night.

It's no secret that the Warriors' offense just don't have the usual rhythm that it has with Curry on the floor. While the defending champs are often praised for their fluid and unselfish offensive sets, Curry's unlimited array of putting the ball to the hoop is just irreplaceable.

But there's no doubt that the Warriors will hold the fort until Curry comes back. With reports saying that Kevin Durant and Draymond Green have already talked to each other about their recent altercation, the Warriors will prove that they are still the favorites to win the trophy this year.