Steve Kerr Says Stephen Curry Won’t be Playing ‘Anytime Soon’

Two days after the Warriors announced that Stephen Curry would miss another week with a sprained left MCL, head coach Steve Kerr wasn’t ready to put a timetable on Curry’s return to the court.

“Steph’s not going to play anytime soon,” Kerr said before Game 4 on Sunday against the Spurs. “He’s coming along well. He looked good in practice. I talked to him this morning. He’s feeling healthy, getting better. He still has a few limitations that he’s trying to work through, but no pain. I think he’s on track. I can’t put a timetable on it, but I think he’s coming along really well.”

Curry, who had his Grade 2 left MCL sprain evaluated Friday, is set to be evaluated again April 27. That would conceivably put his earliest possible return at a potential Game 7 of the first round.

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SOURCE: SF Gate, Connor Letourneau