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Personal trainer provides injury update on Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry (30) celebrates after scoring a three-point-shot during the third quarter of his teams game versus the Toronto Raptors at Chase Center in San Francisco on Thursday, March 5, 2020.

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Stephen Curry’s personal trainer has provided an injury update on the Golden State Warriors star. The Warriors star suffered a hand injury and missed most of the 2019/20 NBA season along with Klay Thompson, who suffered an ACL injury.

Curry’s personal trainer, Brandon Payne, recently spoke about the Warriors star’s current situation on the Warriors World podcast with Klay.

“Steph operates really well when we can be organized, and this offseason has given us the opportunity to get extremely organized, and it’s going really well. But we got our ways to go. This season looks like it will be pushed to February, so we still got November, December, and January to prepare. That’s longer than our usual off-season, so a lot more improvement can be made,” he said.

“This may be the healthiest we’ve entered into an offseason,” Payne said. “In the past, coming out of the finals, you play a lot of games. There’s always going to be lingering issues that you play through but don’t get reported.”

“This year we didn’t have those, so when we got onto the court in mid-July, back in the weight room, there was nothing we had to work around. We were able to hit the ground running and go right to work.”

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