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Golden State to sit Curry two more weeks, likely for season

Mar 28, 2012, 4:16 PM EDT


Officially it is two weeks, but more likely it is for the season.

Stephen Curry will sit for another two weeks to recover from an ongoing ankle injury, the team announced. You can read the entire press release at

Curry has sat out 10 games already this stretch and 21 for the season with ankle issues that date back to last season (despite off-season surgery). With this latest announcement he would not return until April 11 or 12.

So he is going to come back to play nine or 10 games at the end of a season where the Warriors have no realistic chance of making the playoffs? What’s the point. Rest Curry. Rest Andrew Bogut. Get a nice draft pick, make some offseason moves and attack this thing fresh next fall.

But Curry wants to get back on the court. We’ll see in a couple of weeks where that stands.

  1. sellahh - Mar 28, 2012 at 5:21 PM

    Not a GS fan but I’d be worried if i was one. If your franchise player cant play for what is basically the whole season because of an ankle sprain, damn, would I be concerned. Or I’d settle for that 9 to 12 spot for the next 5 years cause that’s where GS is heading each and every one of these next years. Should of traded Curry instead of Ellis no matter how much ball-stopping blackhole he’s at least he’s there to stop the ball. Curry on the other hand…

  2. starvingardens - Mar 29, 2012 at 2:15 PM

    I hate to say it, but I think it’s time. I’m a long time GS fan, and just sick to my stomach. I can’t even watch their games anymore.

    They need to trade him, and try and land Deron Williams. We blew the whole team up already, and I think it could be a wise option.


    New Rookie / Robinson

    I think it could work.

    Thompsons showing he’s a player and is only going to get better. And Rush deserves to start.

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