OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU) -- Great news for Warriors fans. The team is listing Stephen Curry as probable, for Saturday night's game at Oracle Arena, against the Denver Nuggets.
Curry was smiling and in good spirits, talking to reporters during a light morning workout at the team's facility in Oakland.
Curry has missed the last two games, which were both on the road in Texas, after bruising his lower left leg against the Sacramento Kings Monday night.
Curry leads the NBA with a 30.5 scoring average. The Warriors are looking to win their 34th-straight regular season game at home, dating back to last season.
The team adds that there will be another capacity crowd of 19,596 Saturday night. It's the 150th consecutive sellout at Oracle Arena.
The NBA champion Warriors own the best record in the league, at 30-2.
There was hope that head coach, Steve Kerr, would return to the bench Saturday, after recovering from complications from off-season back surgery.
But several reports say he will miss the game, and that interim head coach Luke Walton, will take charge for at least one more night.