The long-awaited return of Stephen Curry to the lineup is about to come to fruition. After having missed the past 10 games with a groin injury, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr told reporters on Wednesday that Curry will return to action Saturday against the Detroit Pistons.
Kerr says Curry will play Saturday in Detroit.
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This couldn’t come at a better time for the defending champs. Golden State boasts a 5-5 record in the 10 games Curry has missed. That included a four-game losing streak and tension between stars Kevin Durant and Draymond Green.
Curry, 30, got off to a great start prior to suffering said injury. He’s averaging 29.5 points on 52 percent shooting, including a 49 percent mark from distance.
Unfortunately, Curry will not be in uniform when Golden State takes on the Toronto Raptors on Thursday. That would have been something to watch.