Since two-time MVP has been absent from the Warriors lineup for the past ten games with a groin injury, it has been a very turbulent time in Golden State with a losing streak and the most infamous tiff of the nba season.
He could be returning to help right the Warriors’ ship. Tuesday he was a full participant in the team’s practice and head coach Steve Kerr said Curry will return to action Saturday against the Detroit Pistons.
Full Steve Kerr update on Steph Curry, who won’t play in Toronto, but will return in Detroit on Saturday: “He wants to play. He’s ready to play…He’s dying to play.” pic.twitter.com/dDXbeyD8WP
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) November 29, 2018
Monday Curry took part in a closed scrimmage with some of the team’s younger players and assistant coaches. Following that scrimmage, Kerr suggested curry may play against the Toronto Raptors on Thursday, but that was walked back to this weekend.