Warriors Set Dates for Re-Evaluating Steph Curry and Klay Thompson Injuries

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson
Steph Curry and Klay Thompson | Tim Warner/Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors and their fans are already counting down the days until the end of the season, as they have just nine wins at the halfway mark of the campaign. That's largely due to the absence of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, who have both been sidelined with injuries.

There is a light at the end of the tunnel for Warriors fans, as the team will look at Curry's hand injury on February 1st, and will subsequently evaluate Thompson's knee after the All-Star Break.

Curry played in just four games this year before he broke his hand and was ruled out for a significant chunk of the season. Thompson, on the other hand, is still recovering from a torn ACL he suffered in the NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors.

The Warriors are dead last in the West with a horrid 9-31 record, but that is to be expected when Kevin Durant leaves and your top scorers go down due to injury.

Luckily for Golden State fans, Curry was spotted shooting at practice, and it didn't look like his hand was bothering him.

This season has quickly become a wash for the Warriors. However, with a potential starting five of Curry, Thompson, D'Angelo Russell, Draymond Green, and a potential top draft pick, Steve Kerr could have this group right back in the thick of things in the West next year.