REPORT: Warriors’ Stephen Curry to have second procedure done on hand as part of rehab
Speaking to the media before the Warriors played the Utah Jazz, Curry shared some details of his injury, the rehab process, and how he’ll help the team despite being out.
Curry added that he will be re-evaluated in 3 months
— Eric Walden (@tribjazz) November 12, 2019
Curry pointed out that the second procedure will involve taking some pins out of his hand. He also hopes to be with the team after the new year.
Steph says as part of his rehab he will have to have a second procedure done on his hand to take some of the pins out of it. That is around the beginning of December. He is hopeful to travel after the new year.
— Nick Friedell (@NickFriedell) November 12, 2019
Ahead of the 2019-20 season, the consensus among analysts is that the Warriors’ reign is over. After all, they lost the likes of Shaun Livingston and Andre Iguodala over the summer. Kevin Durant, as expected, flocked to a different team. And who could forget the Klay Thompson injury which will pretty much sideline him for the majority of the year?
Curry’s injury was the nail in the coffin. Before he went down, the Warriors’ struggles were very apparent. Now that he’ll miss a chunk of the season, analysts believe that the Dubs are going to miss the postseason entirely.
The two-time MVP is still looking to play this year. Although it would be understandable if the team decides that it would be better for him to sit it out. He’s still the face of the franchise and they need him as they embark on picking up the pieces en route to building something great again.