first_imgHow long will Stephen Curry be out?The Warriors announced March 4 that Curry would return to the lineup March 5 against the Raptors in San Francisco. He had originally planned to play March 1 against the Wizards, but he was ruled out of that game as well as the March 3 contest against the Nuggets.Stephen Curry will return to the lineup tomorrow night against the Toronto Raptors. pic.twitter.com/BIYevShRs6— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) March 5, 2020Curry expressed his excitement on Twitter:About time!!! 😂 pic.twitter.com/yVs6r4UTZI— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) March 5, 2020Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Feb. 29 that Curry’s hand is “healed and strong,” but the Warriors wanted to give him more practice and scrimmage time before real game action.Steve Kerr on the decision to hold off Steph Curry’s return: “He was not thrilled, but Steph is always very rational and easy to speak with. He put up a little fight, but also understood why we wanted to take extra precaution.” pic.twitter.com/8L1Vp2nHzS— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) February 29, 2020Curry has missed 58 games with his injury. Stephen Curry injury timelineEarly in the third quarter of the Warriors’ game against the Suns on Oct. 30, Curry drove down the left side of the lane toward the basket. He tried to sidestep Aron Baynes, but he collided with the Phoenix center and crashed to the floor. As Curry braced himself for the fall, Baynes tumbled backward and landed on top of Curry’s left hand.Uh oh.Stephen Curry is slow to get up after Aron Baynes fell on his left wrist. He has left the game. pic.twitter.com/6nsoM7J2Af— KNBR (@KNBR) October 31, 2019Curry stayed on the ground and appeared to be in a lot of pain. He eventually left the game with 8:31 remaining in the period, and since he was unable to shoot his free throws, he was not allowed to return.Golden State later revealed Curry had suffered a broken left hand. He was taken to a hospital for additional testing.”Obviously it’s been a tough start for us on many levels,” Kerr said after the 121-100 loss to the Suns, which dropped the Warriors to 1-3 overall. “We’re just trying to find our footing. Obviously this puts us in a tough spot. We’ll assess it, and we’ll go from there.”Stephen Curry injury updates— Steve Kerr says Warriors never considered shutting down Stephen Curry — Stephen Curry has surgery, out at least three months— Stephen Curry’s broken hand leaves Steve Kerr, Warriors reeling after loss— Stephen Curry to undergo CT scan to see if he’ll need surgery What’s next for the two-time MVP? Here’s everything we know about Curry’s injury and the latest news on when he may return to the court.LATEST INJURY NEWS: Klay Thompson | Kevin Durant (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e8/f3/stephen-curry-getty-050719-ftrjpg_1cz9wpbsr1z8u1f48re6w6mlxl.jpg?t=-1825099742&w=500&quality=80 Only a few months after Kevin Durant (ruptured Achilles) and Klay Thompson (torn ACL) went down with season-ending injuries during the 2019 NBA Finals, Warriors guard Stephen Curry suffered a broken left hand.Losing Curry four games into the 2019-20 season essentially eliminated any playoff hopes for Golden State. The organization has taken an extremely cautious approach with his rehabilitation plan knowing the team can’t compete in the Western Conference without him, but the Warriors aren’t embracing a full tank job and completely shutting down Curry.last_img