Stephen Curry Obtained Grade 2 Sprain Left MCL, Doubtful for Playoff Series
Last week, former 2-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry decided to return and play for the Golden State Warriors against the Atlanta Hawks after recovering from his ankle injury, but still looking uncomfortable.
Despite of this, he still managed to score 29 points for the game.
Unfortunately, his teammate center JaVale McGee unexpectedly landed to the left leg of Curry during the 3rd period of the game and forced him to discontinue playing.
According to the reported news through sportingnews.com, the latest finding on his obtained injury is that the 30-year-old star point guard has a Grade 2 Sprain Left MCL. His doctors still need to evaluate his condition again after three weeks before they give a final assessment.
“There’s no way he’s playing the first round,” said Kerr during an interview with the reporters on Sunday as quoted by the news online.
On the other hand, the 2-Time NBA MVP made a respond to the statement of his head coach saying that he want to prove Kerr wrong and willing to put himself in good condition soon to play for the team again.
Stephen added that he is continuously doing his rehabilitation and get back to the basketball court as soon as possible.
The beginning to the playoff series will be on April 14 and Kerr already preparing his team to play even without their star point guard. He added that last season, they played without Kevin Durant who also obtained the same injury and out for nearly 5 weeks to recover fully that time.
Currently, the Golden State Warriors are in the second spot of the Western Conference division, following the leader Houston Rockets.
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