Curry, GSW General Manager Reveals Return Date

Bob Myers, general manager of the Golden State Warriors (hereafter Goals), announced the return date of Stephen Curry (34).

General manager Myers appeared on the San Francisco radio station ‘KGMZ-FM’ on the morning of the 5th (hereafter Korean time) and said, “Curry hopes to return for the first game of the upcoming away series. It will be against the San Antonio Spurs.”

“Curry will be re-examined this weekend,” Myers said. He is working out on the court and has no setbacks,” he said. “The San Antonio game is the date we are aiming for within the range of Curry’s return,” he said, adding that Curry’s return is being prepared smoothly. 메이저사이트

The game Curry hopes to return to will be held on the 14th at the Alla Modum, San Antonio’s home stadium. The game is San Antonio trying to break its all-time attendance record of 62,046 to celebrate its 50th season in the NBA. So Curry will most likely want to experience a historic moment on the court.

Previously, Curry missed nine games due to a left shoulder injury on December 15 last year. During that period, the Goals have now reached 5 wins in a row thanks to the performances of Draymond Green, Kevon Rooney, Klay Thompson, Jordan Poole and rotation members, and recorded 6 wins and 3 losses.

Before the injury, Curry played 26 games this season and played an average of 34.4 minutes, recording 30 points, 6.6 rebounds, 6.8 assists, a field goal success rate of 50% (20.2 attempts), and a 3-point success rate of 43.4% (5 successes). In particular, Curry has led the team well with an amazing sense of field goal.

Meanwhile, Wiggins, who is suffering from a long-term injury, is also looking to make a comeback in the last game of his three-game home game against the Phoenix Suns on the 11th. If the two return to the goal, they will change the team’s offense and defense in a positive way.

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