Stephen Curry: ‘When I Get Hurt I’m Always in Denial’
Stephen Curry was at first “trying to claim ignorance” in the wake of breaking his left hand only four games into the season.
Curry, 31, is managing the principal long haul damage of his Hall of Fame profession, and finds the experience “strange.”
Steph, notwithstanding, says he is “getting a charge out of the personal time.”
Per NBC Sports Bay Area:
“At the point when I get injured,” he revealed to NBC Sports Bay Area on Friday as his partners lost to the Miami Heat, “I’m generally in denial.”There was torment, genuine torment, which Curry decided not to recognize upon first examination.”This is the main damage I’ve had [in a long time] where I’ve really missed a generous time,” he said. “The most it’s been is around five or a month and a half, probably.”He still goes into Chase Center for recovery sessions and cardio work. He sits on the seat during games.”It’s only hardest on your focused soul,” Curry said. “At the point when you get around ball and get around the storage space with the folks, that is the part I miss the most. Also, I love to play. A quarter of a year is — and I’d just played three-and-a-half games — simply unusual. It’s new region. I’m appreciating the personal time, since it was incomprehensible, in my experience, in a season. It’s simply strange.”
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