Stephen Curry has made 'steady functional progress' since March 23 injury

The Warriors announced Saturday superstar Stephen Curry has made "steady functional progress." His rehab will intensify and he will be re-evaluated in a week. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) April 14, 2018.

Stephen Curry has made “steady functional progress” since his injury and “will intensify his on-court rehabilitation in the coming days,” the Warriors announced Saturday morning.

Friday the two-time MVP was examined by the team’s medical staff and is due to be re-evaluated in one week. Intensified rehab work will include “more running and lateral movement,” the team said.

Curry suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain on March 23 and has missed a total of 10 games since. The Warriors have lost six of those 10. 

Two days ago Curry posted a photo in a gym to his personal Instagram account with the caption "soon come."


Game one of the Warriors’ first-round series against the San Antonia Spurs has a 12:00 p.m. tip at Oracle Arena. Curry is not expected to be back for this series.