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Stephen Curry Injury: Guard Cleared To Play After Ankle Injury

Warriors guard Stephen Curry had his 2011-12 season end with an ankle injury. But he'll be good to go for Golden State this fall.

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Curry Cleared To Resume Basketball Activities

Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will be back in action before the season starts this year. Ken Berger of CBS Sports filed this report:

Curry has struggled with ankle injuries throughout his basketball career. He rolled the ankle at Davidson in his junior season, and missed a few games because of ankle issues his first two seasons with Golden State. He sat out the last 40 games of the 2011-12 season after undergoing surgery on his right ankle. The surgery took place on April 25, 2012.

Curry played five-on-five basketball a few days ago, and it looks like he's all ready to get going for next season. Training camp starts for the Warriors on Oct. 2. Last year, Curry averaged 14.7 points, 5.3 assists and 28.2 minutes per game in the 26 games he played, and he'll be one of the crucial offensive playmakers in both distributing and shooting the basketball for Golden State.

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Stephen Curry Injury: Warriors Guard Shut Down For Season With Ankle Injury, According To Report

Unsurprisingly, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will not play again this season, according to ESPN's Chris Broussard. Curry has not played since March 11 and has been in and out of the lineup all season due to an ankle injury.

Curry was one of the NBA's rising stars prior to this season, but suffered an ankle injury early in the year and has been struggling with it all season. He sat out two weeks in January with the injury and returned to play through most of February before being shut down for good in March. Curry averaged 14.7 points per game on 49 percent shooting in 26 games this season.

The Warriors currently are tied with the Detroit Pistons for the eighth-worst record in the league. If the Warriors do not finish with one of the first seven picks in the 2012 NBA draft, their pick goes to the Utah Jazz as part of a previous deal. Therefore, even if Curry is healthy, there's little reason for the Warriors to play him again this year.

For more on Curry and the Warriors, visit SB Nation Bay Area and Golden State of Mind.


Stephen Curry Injury: Ankle Will Keep Warriors Guard Out At Least 2 More Weeks

Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been bothered by ankle problems all season. He will be out at least two more weeks while rehabbing his right ankle.

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