Warriors' Stephen Curry progressing, status will be updated April 11

Published April 2, 2022, 7:00 AMNBA.com News Services

The team says Curry 'will gradually begin individual on-court activities next week.'

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is ‘making good progress’ in his recovery from a left foot injury, but the two-time scoring champ could miss the team’s final fives games of the regular season.

Curry has missed Golden State’s last seven contests due to the sprained ligament in his left foot, which he suffered on March 16 against the Boston Celtics.

The team says Curry will “gradually begin individual on-court activities next week, and his eventual return to practice will be based on his continued progress.”

“We were hoping that maybe he could play one or two games at the end of the regular season, but that was kind of a long shot.” Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters, via ESPN’s Kendra Andrews. “This is how it’s turned out … I’m not too worried about him.”

An update on his status will be provided on April 11, one day after the regular season ends.

Golden State (48-29) is riding a four-game losing streak.