SAN FRANCISCO — Stephen Curry could return to the court as soon as Tuesday.
Curry, who has missed the last 11 games with a left shoulder subluxation, is listed as probable for the Warriors’ game against the Phoenix Suns on the most recent injury report.
Warriors general manager Bob Myers and head coach Steve Kerr last week said they were hopeful Curry would return by this weekend when the team embarks on a five-game road trip.
On Friday, Curry said his return would happen “when I’m ready.” That day, Curry participated in contact and five-on-five work for the first time since getting injured.
“With this one, it’s kind of about getting through as much of the testing phase as possible,” Curry said Friday. “So if I can get a few more reps in, then I’ll be ready.”
On Monday, Curry was a full practice participant and scrimmaged again. Curry’s been wearing a sleeve on his left arm, which he said is for both function and athletics.
Without Curry, the Warriors have gone 6-5, not including the game against Indiana when he got injured.