According to Nick Friedell of ESPN, Steve Kerr noted that the team still doesn’t have an official timetable on when Curry will return, but the hope within the organization has always been that the former MVP would be back at some point in early March.

The Warriors head coach also claimed that Curry will not take contact in practice this week.

I don’t know when he’s going to be allowed to scrimmage. It’s not this week or anything, but he looks really good. He’s gaining strength, gaining confidence, and he’s been putting himself through some brutal workouts. So his conditioning is about as good as it can possibly be for somebody who hasn’t been able to scrimmage because of what he does and how he goes about his work.

Steve Kerr

On October 30, 2019, against the Phoenix Suns in the fourth game of the season, Curry drove to the basket and collided with the Suns’ Aron Baynes, who was trying to take a charge. Baynes fell on Curry’s left hand, which required surgery to repair his broken second metacarpal.