Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) missed his second consecutive game Wednesday. From the sound of it, he's going to miss many more. "I don't know when he'll play again," general manager Larry Riley said before tipoff against Boston on Wednesday night. "When he gets to 100 percent healthy, we'll look at putting him back on the floor." Riley said that after the trade deadline Thursday, the team would come up with a plan for Curry over the remaining 26 games. So far, the consensus seems to be to let him get healthy. Curry's agent, Lance Young, said his client will play when he's 100 percent healthy. Curry said getting healed is his top priority. "That's my main goal, to get healthy," Curry said after Tuesday's game at Sacramento. "What that means, I'm not sure yet. I'll continue to do my rehab and my treatment and listen to the staff. I'm sure we'll have a better idea what we're going to do going forward later."
Stephen Curry's goal is to get healthy before he plays
Oakland Tribune | Mar 15