Steph Curry will be back from injury for the state's gold warriors in Detroit Pistons on Saturday, head coach Steve Kerr confirmed.
Curry came out on November 8, when he suffered a groin injury in his 111-134 loss for Milwaukee Bucks, and for the Warriors – 5-5, since he was aloof.
In total, he will miss 11 games, including a top-of-conference conference match against the Toronto Raptors.
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Kerr said: "Steph is not going to play tomorrow [Thursday night], he wants to play, he is ready to play, and we will just be careful.
"Rick [Celebrini, director of sports medicine and performance] I felt very strong, based on his many years of experience doing this, which makes sense to be more careful, but he will play Detriot.
“He dies to play, he loves to play in Toronto, he has great memories of being there when Dell [Wardell Stephen Curry, Steph’s Dad] played on predatory animals.
"He dies to play, but we rely heavily on Rick, Rick is really good at his job, he knows what he is talking about, and he thinks it makes sense to do two more days more careful, and this is what we do ".
Before his injury, the 30-year-old player averaged 29.5 points, 6.1 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game when shooting 51/5% of the floor.
The Warriors, who are currently 15-7, beat the Orlando Magic 116-110 on Tuesday.