Steph Curry inching his way back with the Warriors

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Curry suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain in his left knee on March 23 when center JaVale McGee fell into the two-time MVP. Steph will be re-evaluated on Friday, so we should have an update on his status soon.

"He will be re-evaluated in one week". They'll be set to extend that lead to 4-0 on Sunday, after which, they'll likely face the New Orleans Pelicans in the second round. The examination indicated that Curry continues to make consistent functional progress since the injury and, as a result, he will begin to participate in modified team practices from Saturday. The Warriors initially estimated it would take him three weeks to recover, which would have been last Friday.

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"That could mean it's more realistic for Curry, who no doubt is desperate to return to action, to return for Game 3 of the next round - especially if you factor in the Warriors' usual cautiousness". The Warriors plan to reevaluate Curry on April 27, making it possible he could return just in time for the Warriors' second-round playoff series.

Regardless, Curry already ramped up his on-court work with "running, cutting and shooting drills" earlier this week and a potential return against the Anthony Davis-led Pelicans will be crucial if the reigning champions hope to reach their fourth final in a row. Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson have been holding them down-24 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists for Durant, 27 points for Thompson in Game 1; then 32 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists for Durant and 32 points and 5 assists for Thompson.

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