“Stephen Curry Cleared to Resume On-Court Activity After Recovering from Right Ankle Sprain”

Stephen Curry has recovered from his recent right ankle sprain and has been permitted to resume on-court activity.

The Golden State Warriors have updated that Curry is making good progress and will be re-examined after he trains in the Bay Area until Friday. He will not be present for Wednesday’s game against Dallas but could join the team for practice on Friday in Los Angeles.

Curry’s MRI last week showed no structural damage. He had injured himself late in the fourth quarter of the game against the Chicago Bulls last Thursday. Curry has missed four games this season due to the injury.

The Warriors have a record of 65-105 in the regular season without him since the 2014-15 season. Curry has hurt the same ankle several times before in his career. He turns 36 on Thursday and the Warriors are currently ranked 10th in the Western Conference with 18 games left to play.

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