Curry (lower leg) remains without a timetable to make his season debut, Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News reports. "I don't have a timetable," coach Rick Carlisle said Monday. "He ain't playing this week. I don't think he'll play today, Wednesday or Saturday. Again, it's how he feels. There haven't been any setbacks or major problems. It just takes time when it's a stress reaction."
Carlisle's words certainly don't inspire a ton of optimism, and it looks as though Curry's absence will likely extend into early December. Expect Wes Matthews, J.J. Barea, Devin Harris, Dennis Smith, and Yogi Ferrell to continue to shoulder the bulk of the workload in the backcourt in Curry's absence. Once he's back to full strength, he'll likely be a regular part of the rotation off the bench.
The Mavericks have never offered a clear timetable for Curry's recovery from a stress reaction in his lower leg. Thus, his status will need to continue to be monitored on a game-to-game basis. In the meantime, Dennis Smith and Yogi Ferrell figure to continue getting the majority of the work in the Mavericks' backcourt.
Curry (leg) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Timberwolves, Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune reports.
Curry remains without a timetable in his recovery from a stress reaction in his left game and is likely set to sit out both games of the Mavericks upcoming back-to-back set. That said, he'll continue to be monitored on a game-to-game basis and updates should be provided once he's elevated to individual work and ultimately full practices. Look for the Mavericks to once again roll out a starting backcourt of Dennis Smith and Yogi Ferrell.
Curry (leg) will remain out for Sunday's matchup against the Thunder, Earl K. Sneed of Mavs.com reports.
Curry continues to work his way back from a stress reaction in his left leg, but a return to game action doesn't appear to be imminent. As it currently stands, it doesn't sound like Curry will be back at any point this week, though his next opportunity to take the court will be Tuesday against the Spurs.
Curry (leg) will remain out for Saturday's game against Cleveland, Earl Sneed of Mavs.com reports.
Coach Rick Carlisle told the media Friday that Curry is "progressing without a setback," but he also noted that "nothing is imminent", suggesting that the guard could miss a few more games. Curry, who is battling a stress reaction in his left leg, is yet to take the court this season for the struggling Mavericks.
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