Curry, who's been out since rolling the ankle December 4, is "making good progress" according to a news release, but will be re-evaluated in a week "with the anticipation of having more clarity at that time on a potential return to game action plan".
The Golden State Warriors on Tuesday shared an update on Curry's status. It is theoretically possible that Curry's ankle could progress in an unexpected way in time for a Christmas return but, by the letter of the report itself, Warriors fans should brace for a short-handed unit on the holiday. Isaiah Thomas' Cavs debut will not occur before the sides' initial NBA Finals rematch of the season. The team hopes to have a clearer timetable on his return after re-evaluating him in a week.
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Curry will miss three games remaining this week, as well as the Christmas Day showdown against Cleveland before getting evaluated again. Golden State has won nine straight, including the past five without Curry. He ranks second on the Warriors with 6.6 assists and third with 5.1 rebounds per game.
In other injury news, forward Draymond Green (right shoulder), guard Shaun Livingston (right knee) and center Zaza Pachulia (left shoulder) are questionable for Wednesday's game against Memphis.
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