After suffering a left knee injury with 4:20 left on the clock in the first quarter of Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the New Orleans Pelican, Stephen Curry is back on the court playing. Curry had a five-week layoff rehabbing his Grade 2 MCL tear injury.
In his first game back, Steph Curry was on fire. In the first four minutes of the game, Curry had already hit his first three-pointer. Curry was back, feeling better than ever and showing it. The anticipation of Curry’s return after a month gone was unleashed as the crowd roared.
Curry’s team was a little hesitant on whether Curry was ready to make his return. He previously injured his MCL in 2016, but that was a mild Grade 1 sprain. It seems he was back and ready to show those who doubted him. According to Bleacher Report, “He’s good,” Brandon Payne, long-time personal trainer and Accelerate Basketball owner texted Bleacher Report from his lower-bowl seat at Oracle Arena moments after Curry’s first three. Read more about this story on Bleacher Report here.
It’s great to see Stephen Curry back on the court. How long do you think he will last? 57% of us feel he will just last a few games, while 43% think he is in it for the season. On behalf of all Golden State Warriors fans, we hope he’s in it for the entire season.
Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!
It looks like Steph Curry is back in the game after a left knee injury. How long do you think he’ll last?
Zip users in 65 cities and 25 states weighed in on this question.