Steph Curry will return the injury to Detroit Pistons Golden State Warriors on Saturday and coach Steve Kerr has confirmed.
When Curry left on November 8, 111-134 wounded had a kidney injury with Milwaukee Bucks and Warriors had 5-5 records.
In total, he lost 11 games, including a match against Toronto Raptors.
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Kerr said: "Steph will not play tomorrow [Thursday night]He wants to play, play is ready and we will be wiser.
"Rick [Celebrini, director of sports medicine and performance] He felt very well in his experience over the years, could be very careful, but he will play in Detriot.
"He is dying to play, he loves playing Toronto, and Dell has achieved great memories [Wardell Stephen Curry, Steph’s Dad] He was playing Raptors.
"He is dying of the game, but it is Rick's base, Rick is very good at working, he is talking about it, and he thinks it makes more sense for two days to be more careful, and that's it."
Before his injury, he was 30 years old with 29.5 points, with 6.1 support and 5 rebounds per game, with an average of 51/5 percent on the ground.
Warriors, now 15-7, won the Orlando Magic 116-110 on Tuesday.