Stephen Curry likely to miss entire season with hand injury

Warriors refute report that Steph Curry unlikely to play again this season

"A team source says the fracture was worse than originally thought, and is unlikely to play again this season", Bucher said. The Dubs immediately denied that claim with some within the team calling it total hogwash.

The Thunder will play the Milwaukee Bucks at home Sunday night.

Curry is going to be re-evaluated at the beginning of February, and there's a good chance Golden State will be out of contention at that point.

After attaining dynasty standing and winning 3 of the last five National Basketball Association championships, the Golden State Warriors are on the downswing many thanks to a plethora of accidents that have the team floating all over the base of the Western Meeting. That does not, however, mean he will not be healthy enough after three months.

Curry suffered the injury when colliding with Aron Baynes driving to the basket. Curry landed on his hands and was seen grabbing his wrist after Baynes fell on top of him.

Curry underwent surgery a week ago to fix a broken left hand and the team announced he would be out at least three months, but it seems like that timeline has been extended even further.

Golden State finished 57-25 overall and 27-14 on the road a season ago.

More likely, the Warriors are sensitive of being as accurate as possible regarding injuries this season after last year's Kevin Durant debacle.

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