Stephen Curry Injury: Warriors Star Guard To Undergo Ankle Surgery

Most felt Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry would miss the rest of the regular season after hurting his ankle once again that has bothered him for years. According to a report, Curry will undergo surgery on his ankle once again next week. No word as of yet whether or not he will be available for the start of the 2012-13 season.

Curry has undergone numerous surgeries on his ankles in the past, and fans have to start seriously worrying about his future with the Warriors. The kid is undoubtably talented and can be a difference maker when able to play, but these are serious injuries and they continue to pile up. One part of the body can go under the knife so many times before wearing out.

You would think that Curry will be ready to go for opening night next fall, but that will likely mean he avoids any complications during rehab. That is far from guaranteed at this point, so it will definitely be a situation to monitor in the coming weeks.

For more on the Warriors, head over to Golden State of Mind.

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