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Report: Steph Curry (lower leg) intends to make return on Sunday vs. Lakers

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Signs are beginning to point toward a return to the court for Steph Curry, who has missed the last 10 games due to a lower leg injury. 

According to Chris Haynes of NBA on TNT and Bleacher Report, the Golden State Warriors All-Star point guard is targeting Sunday’s road game against the Los Angeles Lakers for his return. 

Via @ChrisBHaynes on Twitter:

Curry has been out since Feb. 4 due to a lower leg injury. The reigning NBA Finals Most Valuable Player suffered partial ligament tears in his lower leg along with a leg contusion against the Dallas Mavericks. 

Curry has been participating in individual shooting work along with practices and scrimmaging. On Wednesday, the Warriors announced Curry was making good progress and increasing his on-court workload. 

Over 38 games in the 2022-23 season, Curry is averaging 29.4 points on 49.5% shooting from the floor and 42.7% from deep to go along with 6.4 assists and 6.3 boards in 34.6 minutes per contest.

The Warriors are slated to meet the Lakers in Hollywood on Sunday for a matinee at 12:30 p.m. PT.  

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