Will electric guard Stephen Curry be a gimp when the Warriors return to San Francisco?


Curry is virtually unstoppable when healthy.

Electric Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry played brilliantly in Thursday’s 126-115 defeat to the Clippers in Los Angeles.

The 25-year-old Curry shot 14-of-23 from the field and amassed 38 points, nine assists and three rebounds over 38 minutes.

Despite having already undergone two surgeries on his feeble right ankle, the 6-foot-3, 185 pound Curry only missed four contests during the 2012-2013 campaign and vowed to get stronger this offseason.

Although the star in “The Town” doesn’t need to resemble Lou Ferrigno or even gain any brawn, Curry must fortify his weak hoofs.

Curry, the association’s premier shooter who established a single-season record with 272 3-pointers last season, is an amazing talent who has balls the size of The Bay.

Hence, the seventh overall pick in 2009 deservedly inked a four-year contract extension worth $44 million in October 2012.

Unfortunately, Curry’s ankles act as kryptonite and he’ll likely be a middling gimp with busted joints when the Warriors return to San Francisco in 2017.

Hopefully, for the sake of fans and the sport of basketball, Stephen Curry will surprise, remain healthy, and dominate for another decade.

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