NFL star sends best wishes to injured Steph Curry

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Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors hasn’t played a game since suffering the injury on March 16.

Over the past few weeks, the Warriors have faced all sorts of issues and suffered issues without their main star.

Now the playoffs are about to begin and third seed Golden State is unsure where things stand for Curry.

However, it looks like he’ll be back sooner rather than later.

The Warriors said he was making “good progress” in his rehabilitation, without even revealing a tentative return date.

This caused the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver to tweet “Let’s go Steph.”

Metcalf isn’t the only one supporting Curry — there are millions hoping to see Curry back on the floor very soon.

Full practice soon

The Warriors said Curry could return to full practice later this week as his ligament sprain and bone bruise in his left foot continue to improve.

Head coach Steve Kerr said Curry is “day to day” so hopefully he continues to improve.

The Warriors are desperate to get him back.

Without him, Golden State went 6-6, which isn’t great but could definitely be worse.

However, the playoffs are a whole different beast and they need all hands on deck as they enter the first round against the Denver Nuggets.

The Warriors are the favorites to defeat the Nuggets, even without Curry, but there’s always a chance things won’t go as planned and Denver is fighting harder.

At the end of the day, the Warriors are always much better when Curry is on the field.

If he regains his health and can play, chances are they can play in the Western Conference Finals again.

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