There has been plenty of speculation regarding the looming return of Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. It seems he is doing what he can to show that he is back to full health.
Curry recently took part in a G League practice with the Santa Cruz Warriors. According to ESPN’s Nick Friedell, guard Jeremy Pargo said that Steph is looking like his vintage self.
“Like Steph,” Pargo said of the Warriors’ sharpshooter. “Like Steph of old. Made some shots that was Steph of old. His game is going to be his game, and he’s going to be amazing at what he does no matter what. The confidence level speaks to that, and the shots he made today speaks to that.”
This is certainly an encouraging update regarding Curry’s recovery from a broken left hand. Pargo added that the two-time MVP was actively involved and nearly managed to put the cherry on top after missing a game-winner.
It is safe to say that Steph is well on track to meet his goal of making a return at some point in early March.
There has been some debate regarding the decision to have Stephen Curry play when there is nothing at stake for the Warriors at this point in the 2019-20 NBA season. The team is dead last in the NBA with a 13-48 record, and the last thing they need is for their franchise player to suffer another setback
Regardless, it is clear that Curry is adamant about playing for the Warriors as long as he is healthy.