Saturday, 11 Jul 2020

Steph Curry is back to the Warriors facility for training


Steph CurrySteph Curry - With the NBA's worst record, the Warriors will not compete in the 22 league teams that started back in Orlando. Although they will not participate in this season's span, their training facilities are again open for business.

After a three-month shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the San Francisco Chase Center has opened its doors for individual player training. On Wednesday, the Warriors shared a montage video from Stephen Curry through routine shooting at the Chase Center's training ground.

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When the Warriors reopened their training facilities in early June, Curry was among the first group of players in the building. Juan Toscano-Anderson, Damion Lee, Chasson Randle and Kevon Looney have also been seen exercising since the long-awaited reopening.

After spending most of the season with a hand injury, Curry was able to use the early Golden State offseason to drive off rust and familiarize himself with a group of his new teammates such as Eric Paschall, Andrew Wiggins and Marquese Chriss.

While Golden State Warriors won't hit the court for action in the near future, a video of Twice the Most Valuable Player who gets a few chances is probably the next best thing.


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