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Stephen Curry broke his left hand during Golden State Warriors 110-121 defeat to Phoenix Suns.
On Friday, there were rumors going around that the Warriors star is unlikely make his return this season.
However, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr has refuted the rumors claiming that Stephen Curry “is dying to play”.
“I have no idea where that [report] came from. I talked to Bob and Rick today. Nothing’s changed on our front,” Kerr said to reporters.
“Steph will be re-evaluated in three months and at that point we’ll have an update. The plan is for him to be back out on the court playing the minute he’s deemed ready to go by our training staff.
“Steph wants to play, and we want to put the best possible product on the floor for our fans. People come from all over to watch Steph Curry play basketball. He’s gonna be bored — he’s probably already bored. He’s dying to play.”
Steve Kerr calls the report that Steph Curry could miss the entire season a “headscratcher” and said he was “confused by the source.” Said Warriors plan to play Curry when healthy this season. Full quote here. pic.twitter.com/IyHZxhyoNu
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