The Golden State Warriors are set to put their re-evaluation plans on Stephen Curry on Saturday with regards to his left shoulder subluxation, GM Bob Myers said in his appearance on 95.7 The Game this Wednesday.
As such, the club is hopeful that the reigning Finals MVP will be activated next Friday against the San Antonio Spurs as they will kick off their lengthy six-game road trip.
“He’s working out on the court, and the two-week mark to re-evaluate him this weekend,” Myers said on 95.7 (h/t ESPN’s Kendra Andrews). “There have been no setbacks, so (Friday) would be a hope. That’s what we would be shooting for, something in that range when he could be back.
“He’s been, not contact, but out there doing all this stuff. He looks like the same guy. He’s got a sleeve on his shoulder and arm.”
Curry sustained his shoulder injury last Dec. 14 against the Indiana Pacers, wherein he painfully held his left shoulder upon stealing the ball from Jalen Smith.
In Curry’s 10-straight games of absence, Golden State went on to impressively hold their line, tallying a 6-4 record without the superstar.
This season, Curry is averaging 30.0 points, 6.8 assists, and 6.6 boards while shooting 43.4 percent from the three-point land.
Golden State also hopes to have Andrew Wiggins as soon as possible, as the star forward is also scheduled to be re-evaluated for his adductor strain.