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date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Mar 26, 2023 36 20 6 9 42
Mar 24, 2023 38 29 8 3 41
Mar 22, 2023 35 20 5 13 48
Mar 20, 2023 36 30 7 5 46
Mar 18, 2023 30 16 8 5 33

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2022 231146.2 34.9 29.4 6.3 6.2 0.3 0.9
2021 267541.8 34.5 25.5 6.3 5.2 0.4 1.3
2020 295847 34.2 32.0 5.8 5.5 0.1 1.2
3y Avg. 194144.1 34.1 28.4 6.1 5.3 0.3 1.3
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Solid production in win

    Curry registered 29 points (10-18 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 7-8 FT), eight rebounds and three assists in 38 minutes during Friday's 120-112 win over Philadelphia. Curry was efficient from the floor and finished second on the team in scoring behind Jordan Poole's 33 points. Since returning from a month-long absence due to a leg injury, Curry is averaging 30.1 points, 5.8 rebounds and 5.7 assists in 35.6 minutes over his past 11 appearances.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Scores 30 points in win

    Curry closed with 30 points (10-23 FG, 5-15 3Pt, 5-5 FT), seven rebounds, five assists, two steals and one block across 36 minutes during Monday's 121-108 victory over the Rockets. Curry wasn't all that efficient from the field but still led Golden State with 30 points and supplied quality production in the other categories. Since returning from a month-long absence due to a leg injury, Curry is averaging 31.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 0.9 steals in 35.4 minutes over his past four appearances.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Has subpar shooting night

    Curry closed with 16 points (5-15 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 3-4 FT), eight rebounds and five assists in 30 minutes during Saturday's 133-119 loss to the Grizzlies. Curry couldn't get much going offensively Saturday, making just five of 15 field-goal attempts. He did manage to knock down three triples, however, extending his season-long 46-game streak of making multiple three-pointers. Curry also helped fantasy managers with eight boards and five dimes, but this was his lowest scoring effort since he tallied just 15 points against San Antonio on Jan. 13.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Officially available vs. Hawks

    Curry (thumb) is officially available for Friday's contest against the Hawks. As expected, Curry will play through a thumb injury suffered while posting a 50-point game in a loss to the Clippers. He could see extra usage Friday with Draymond Green (suspension) unavailable.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Expected to play

    Curry (thumb) "should be good to go" for Friday's matchup at Atlanta, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site reports. Curry is officially listed as questionable but is expected to play through left thumb soreness. He's coming off a 50-point game against the Clippers and could see extra usage Friday with Draymond Green (suspension) sidelined.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Questionable at Atlanta

    Curry is questionable for Friday's matchup against the Hawks due to left thumb soreness. Curry popped for 50 points in Wednesday's loss to the Clippers and has emerged with a thumb injury. If the star point guard misses Friday's matchup, Jordan Poole, Donte DiVincenzo and Moses Moody could see expanded roles.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Ties season high with 50 points

    Curry posted 50 points (20-28 FG, 8-14 3Pt, 2-4 FT), six assists, two rebounds and two steals across 39 minutes during Wednesday's 134-126 loss to the Clippers. Curry was absolutely phenomenal Wednesday, but he didn't get substantial help from his supporting cast as the Clippers won their fourth straight game. The two-time MVP's 50 points tied his season high, and he's now averaging 34.2 points, 5.3 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 1.0 steals with 55/51/86 percent shooting splits since returning March 5 from a month-long absence due to a leg injury.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Takes backseat to Thompson in win

    Curry totaled 23 points (7-13 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 5-6 FT), seven rebounds and five assists across 33 minutes during Monday's 123-112 victory over the Suns. Curry wasn't as dominant on the offensive end as we've grown accustomed to, as he left much of the scoring to Klay Thompson, who racked up 38 points on 23 shots. Nonetheless, Curry was efficient with his field-goal attempts, hitting seven of 13 tries overall and going 4-for-6 from three-point range. This was Curry's first game below 27 points since returning from a one-month injury absence March 5, but he tied his high mark over that span with seven rebounds and also dished five assists.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Comes up big in clutch

    Curry accumulated 36 points (13-27 FG, 6-15 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds, four assists, two steals and one block over 43 minutes during Saturday's 125-116 overtime victory over the Bucks. Curry was relatively quiet with just 14 points through three quarters, but he poured in 20 points between the final minute and 51 seconds of regulation and overtime. The All-Star guard did it all in the clutch, knocking down a three-pointer with under 20 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to tie the score, then blocked Jrue Holiday's layup attempt on the Bucks' ensuing possession to help send the game to an extra period. Since missing 11 games due to a lower-leg injury, Curry has scored at least 27 points in four straight contests and has knocked down 25 three-pointers over that stretch.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Goes for game-high 40 points

    Curry chipped in 40 points (14-23 FG, 10-16 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and seven assists across 35 minutes during Tuesday's 137-128 loss to the Thunder. After scoring just three points in the first quarter, Curry caught fire in the second, going 5-of-6 from the field and 4-of-5 from beyond the arc before entering the break with 14 points and five assists. He remained hot in the second half, pouring in another 26 points on 9-of-17 shooting to finish with a game-high 40 points, though his effort would fall short as Golden State suffered its seventh-straight road loss. Curry is averaging 33.5 points per game on 51.2 percent shooting from the field and 51.7 percent shooting from three through his first two games since returning to the lineup.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Not limited against Thunder

    Curry has no minutes restriction for Tuesday's game versus the Thunder, C.J. Holmes of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Curry was reportedly on a minutes restriction Tuesday, although he still received 32 minutes of action. The superstar point guard seems to have fully recovered from his lower leg injury and is a must-start in all fantasy formats.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Drops 27 points in return

    Curry (lower leg) accumulated 27 points (8-20 FG, 5-13 3Pt, 6-6 FT), six assists, two rebounds and one steal in 32 minutes during Sunday's 113-105 loss to the Lakers. Curry returned to action after missing 11 games due to a lower leg injury and was on an apparent playing-time restriction, though he played just two minutes less than his season average. The star point guard proceeded to turn in a relatively typical stat line, so fantasy managers who decided to wait on activating Curry for Sunday's contest and probably feel comfortable doing so in advance of the Warriors' three-game week.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Expected to be limited in return

    Curry (lower leg) is expected to play under an undisclosed minutes restriction during Sunday's game against the Lakers, Mark Medina of reports. Barring a setback during warmups, Curry will return to action following an 11-game absence due to a lower leg injury. He figures to slide back into the starting lineup seeing as he's come off the bench just six times in his 14-year career, but he may play only 20-25 minutes, though the specifics of his limitations are currently unclear. Either way, Curry is one of the greatest performers in NBA history and should be a must-start in almost every fantasy format.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Intends to play Sunday

    Curry (lower leg) plans to make his return Sunday against the Lakers, Chris Haynes of Turner Sports reports. After missing the Warriors' last nine games with a lower leg injury, Curry intends to sit out Golden State's next two matchups against the Clippers and Pelicans, with a return coming Sunday, barring any setbacks. Expect Jordan Poole and Ty Jerome to see their minutes affected the most by Curry's status.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Could return next week

    The Warriors maintain optimism that Curry (lower leg) could return sometime during the team's upcoming three-game road trip, which begins Sunday against the Lakers, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Curry has already missed nine games due to partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseous membrane as well as a contusion to his left lower leg, and Wojnarowski's update suggests that the star guard will be sidelined for at least two matchups. However, Curry appears to be trending toward a return and could be back in action as early as Sunday. Once Curry is cleared to play, Jordan Poole and Ty Jerome will likely see their roles decrease.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Re-evaluation coming in one week

    The Warriors announced Wednesday that Curry (lower leg) will be re-evaluated in a week. Curry was already slated to miss some time after the break, but the latest update indicates he will skip at least the first four tilts of the second half. The star point guard has done some biking and weightlifting since the injury but hasn't taken part in on-court action as of last week. Curry's recent re-evaluation indicated that he's making good progress, so he may be ready to rejoin the action either March 2 or 3 versus the Clippers or Pelicans, depending on the next re-evaluation.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Will miss time after All-Star break

    Curry (lower leg) said Monday that he'll remain sidelined for the Warriors' first game out of the All-Star break Dec. 23 against the Lakers, and he expects to miss a few more contests beyond that, Kendra Andrews of reports. Curry has been out since Feb. 4 with a contusion as well as partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseous membrane of his left leg. He's scheduled to go through a comprehensive re-evaluation when the Warriors reconvene following the All-Star break, but even if his upcoming checkup brings good news, Curry looks as though he'll require several days to ramp back up before Golden State clears him to return to the lineup. Curry noted that he's been able to do biking and weightlifting since suffering the injury, but he's not yet received the green light to do any on-court, basketball-related activities. Jordan Poole should continue to serve as the Warriors' starting point guard while taking on elevated usage and minutes in the absence of Curry, who appears likely to continue sitting out through at least the first three games of the second half.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Sidelined through All-Star break

    Curry (lower leg) will not take the floor before the All-Star break, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports. Curry was diagnosed with partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseous membrane in addition to a contusion to his lower left leg earlier this week, leading to the assumption he would miss a healthy chunk of time. While the team was unwilling to put a timetable on the superstar point guard earlier this week, it's now willing to concede that Curry will sit through the All-Star break, at which point he will be re-evaluated. Based on the new timetable, Curry's next opportunity to rejoin the action arrives Feb. 23 against the Lakers, though it's a back-to-back set, so it would be surprising if the coaching staff didn't give him an extra night if he's ready to return, which would align Feb. 24 versus the Rockets as the return date.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Gets diagnosis, still no timeline

    The Warriors announced Sunday that Curry was diagnosed with partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseous membrane as a well as a contusion to his left lower leg after undergoing an MRI. He remains without an official timetable for a return, but the Warriors plan to provide an update in the coming days. Though Golden State isn't yet offering up a timeline for Curry's return, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported earlier Sunday that the star point guard's recovery will be measured in weeks rather than days. Meanwhile, Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area relays that the Warriors are tentatively maintaining hope that Curry might be ready to play shortly after the team returns to action Feb. 23 following the All-Star break. In the meantime, Jordan Poole will slide into the starting five and should see a nice uptick in usage and minutes while Curry is out. Additionally, more opportunities should open up for guards like Donte DiVincenzo and Ty Jerome, with DiVincenzo being the preferred fantasy pickup between the two.
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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Facing multi-week absence

    Curry (knee) is expected to be sidelined for multiple weeks due to the left knee injury he suffered in the third quarter of Saturday's 119-113 win over the Mavericks, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Per Anthony Slater of The Athletic, the Warriors are still determining the severity of the knee issue, but the MRI he underwent Sunday apparently revealed an injury that was considered more than a day-to-day concern. According to Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area, no precise timeline on Curry's return is available at the moment, but the Warriors are hopeful that the two-time MVP can return to the court shortly after the All-Star break ends. Until further updates on Curry's status are provided, fantasy managers should pencil him in to miss at least the team's final five games before the break, and likely the team's first game of the second half Feb. 23 against the Lakers. However long Curry is sidelined, Jordan Poole is likely to replace him in the starting backcourt alongside Klay Thompson, while Poole and reserves Donte DiVicenzo and Ty Jerome could absorb most of Curry's vacated minutes.
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