Stephen Curry Injury: Warriors PG Continues Rehab In Bay Area

Stephen Curry's next test for his injured ankle comes this week, as he is scheduled to arrive in the Bay Area Tuesday night to work out at team facilities and continue to rehab his right ankle. Curry, who missed 40 games last season with a nagging right-ankle sprain, had surgery in April to clean up the injury with doctors saying that no structural damage was found and the injury should heal normally.

Curry has been rehabbing since the surgery and has been on the court working out, and he has been able to go full speed for a while now. Even so, the team won't push him and will bring him along slowly to ensure his injured ankle won't be a problem next season.

GM Bob Myers sounds encouraged, according to CSN Bay Area:

"He's been doing it (working out and playing), but not for long stretches of time," Myers said of Curry. "He'll go full speed, then stop to not push it because he doesn't need to. We're not going to try to break any barriers with it right now. But if you come watch him for 10 or 15 minutes, you'll see him going full speed without restrictions."

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