Bucher reported that Curry's hand injury was "worse than originally thought" and that we may have seen the last of him this season.
Well, it looks like we won't be seeing Stephen curry for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season. Shortly after, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle was informed by a Golden State source that Bucher's report was false and that the break was not worse than expected.
"That's complete hogwash", Letourneau was told. They lost Steph Curry to a broken hand in a loss to the Phoenix Suns on November 1, they expected re-evaluate him in three months and go from there.
Bucher later clarified his report. At that time, the staff introduced they would update his standing in 3 months, which could have set Curry back again on the court docket all around the All-Star Video game. Among other problems, they lost Kevin Durant in free agency and Klay Thompson is out of season due to an ACL tear suffered in the Finals.
After achieving dynasty status and winning three of the last five National Basketball Association championships, the Golden State Warriors are on the downswing thanks to a plethora of injuries that have the team floating around the bottom of the Western Conference. This does not mean, however, that he will not be healthy enough after three months.