“I can’t overstate how good it feels to not have to do rehab,” said Curry, 25, who has already undergone two surgeries on his feeble right ankle. “I can take my workout to new levels because I set that foundation early, instead of playing catch-up in the month of August.”
Despite hobbling through much of the spring, the 6-foot-3, 185 pound Curry managed to average 23.4 points, 3.8 boards and 8.1 dishes over 12 playoff games.
Most importantly, as the league’s best shooter, Curry only missed four contests during the 2012-2013 campaign and vowed to get stronger this offseason.
Inking a four-year contract extension worth $44 million with Golden State in October 2012, Curry is an amazing talent who has balls the size of The Bay.
Unfortunately, Curry’s ankles are kryptonite and he’ll likely be a middling gimp with busted joints by the time the Warriors return to San Francisco in 2017.
Hopefully, for the sake of fans and the sport of basketball, Stephen Curry will remain healthy and never again “have to do rehab.”by