Stephen Curry has been cleared to resume on-court activity after recovering from an ankle injury

Steph Curry ankle cleared to resume on court activity

Stephen Curry sustained a right ankle sprain during a game against the Chicago Bulls on March 7.

Steph Curry ankle cleared to resume on court activity
Steph Curry ankle cleared to resume on court activity

Stephen Curry has been given the green light to resume on-court activities as he continues his recovery from his recent right ankle sprain. There’s optimism that he could rejoin the Golden State Warriors for practice in Los Angeles on Friday, provided his progress continues as expected.

The team provided an update on Curry’s condition after his evaluation on Tuesday, noting his positive progress. He will undergo another examination after the Friday practice session. In the meantime, Curry will train in the Bay Area and will not participate in Wednesday’s game against Dallas. The Warriors are set to face the Lakers on Saturday night.

Fortunately, an MRI conducted last week showed no structural damage to Curry’s ankle. The injury occurred during the late stages of the fourth quarter in last Thursday’s game against the Chicago Bulls when Curry rolled his ankle while driving to the basket.

Curry has already missed two games against San Antonio over the weekend, marking his fourth and fifth absences of the season. Historically, the Warriors have struggled in regular-season games without the two-time MVP, with a record of 65-105 since the 2014-15 season when Curry hasn’t played.

This injury is not unfamiliar territory for Curry, who has dealt with similar ankle issues throughout his illustrious 15-year career. As the Warriors currently sit in the 10th position in the Western Conference standings with 18 games remaining, Curry’s return will be crucial as they aim to secure a playoff spot.

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