San Francisco Chronicle "Stephen Curry still sounds like a man in a quandary. Two weeks after Steve Kerr was hired to replace Curry's beloved head coach Mark Jackson, the Warriors' point guard spoke openly Thursday about his emotions regarding the coaching swap and the direction of the franchise. "It's tough," Curry..." May 30
San Jose Mercury News "Stephen Curry is an emotional ‘tweener right now. It comes through in his tone. He’s excited about new coach Steve Kerr but also still frustrated by the firing of Mark Jackson. He’s encouraged by the prospects of a fresh start under a new regime but still bummed out by the manner the last one..." May 15
Sporting News "The Warriors, who emerge from the All-Star break having gone just 7-9 in their last 16 games, including disappointing home losses to Charlotte, Washington and Minnesota, remain aggressive in their search to bolster their bench, league sources confirmed. But the team is not expected to go over..." February 18
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The stars are aligned in New Orleans this weekend for the NBA’s annual All-Star Game. It’s the perfect stage to remind everyone that Miami’s LeBron James and/or Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant is the game’s best shooter, right? Not according to James and Durant. “Steph Curry [of the Golden..." February 15
Oakland Tribune "Stephen Curry, in a sign of the standards the Warriors have set for themselves, made it clear after a 102-87 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday that his team could do much better with sustaining success. "I feel like we are underachieving right now, but I feel we can only control what's..." February 07
San Francisco Gate "TNT’s top NBA analysts held an All-Star conference call Thursday morning, and one of the most extended debates was about the maturation process of Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. Charles Barkley granted Curry the All-Star tag, but said the fifth-year player has a way to go to become a true..." February 06
Oakland Tribune "Stephen Curry hadn't enjoyed looking at stat sheets lately because despite impressive numbers on offense for the Warriors, too often they came during losses. That trend went on at least a one-game hiatus as the Warriors cruised to a 103-88 win against the Portland Trail Blazers at Oracle Arena..." January 27
NBA.com "Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors will start in his first NBA All-Star Game, having secured the top spot among Western Conference backcourt players after the final returns of NBA All-Star Balloting 2014 presented by Sprint. Curry (1,047,281) is joined in the West backcourt by the L.A...." January 25
Warriors guard Stephen Curry amongst players on the USA roster, source said.
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry was cleared for non-contact drills on Thursday before participating in an optional morning shootaround, CSNBayArea.com has learned. The point guard is still listed as day-to-day. His status for Friday's game against the Lakers in Los Angeles is uncertain. "He's a big-time..." November 22
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors expect to have Stephen Curry back in the lineup to face the Lakers on Friday, and there are at least 30.3 reasons why they really, really need him. In two games without Curry, the Warriors are 0-2 and average 77 points. In eight games with Curry, the Warriors are 8-2 and average..." November 22
Steph Curry (concussion) was cleared for non-contact drills drills and did quite a bit of shooting at Thursday's light practice in L.A.
NBA.com "Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been diagnosed with a mild concussion after hitting his head on the court during the fourth quarter of last night’s 98-87 victory at Utah. The only symptom at this time is a headache, which has dissipated since last night. Curry will not play in tomorrow night’s..." November 20
It's official: Stephen Curry is playing tonight vs. Memphis.
Steph Curry didn't participate in shootaround. The Warriors are calling him day-to-day, but it looks like Toney Douglas will start.
.@StephenCurry30 (bone bruise/left ankle) will not play in tonight's game in San Antonio.
The Warriors are now calling Curry's injury a left ankle sprain.
Contra Costa Times "Warriors point guard Stephen Curry got some good new Thursday. An MRI revealed he sustained a bone bruise in his left ankle, per Golden State. No ankle sprain. Initially, the Warriors thought it was a bone bruise. After further examination, it was upgraded to an ankle sprain but the MRI..." November 07
PSD Staff The 2013 - 2014 NBA season has officially kicked off and there have already been plenty of high flying dunks, blocks and amazing performances. From rookies setting records, the Warriors and Clippers showdown and some posterizing dunks, the season has only just begun but boy are we excited by what... November 04
ESPN.com "Stephen Curry needs to take better care of the basketball, according to Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson. Curry, the Warriors' star point guard, enters Monday's contest against the 76ers averaging a whopping 6.3 turnovers per game -- the highest mark in the NBA. Although he has..." November 04
PSD Staff When ESPN released their NBA player rankings for the 2013 – 2014 season, a lot of us here at Pro Sports Daily questioned their methodology. Specifically, we questioned why they would rank Kobe Bryant #25 with players like Roy Hibbert, Chris Bosh and other questionable players ahead of him. We... October 31
CSN Bay Area "Seth Curry was walking around the Golden State Warriors practice court during media day festivities Friday when a stranger struck up a conversation. A few minutes later the rookie realized he had been mistaken for somebody else — older brother Stephen Curry. He quickly corrected their..." September 28
Yahoo! Sports "Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry has left Nike to become the centerpiece endorser for Under Armour sources told Yahoo Sports. Curry 25 has developed into one of the NBA's best players its most devastating outside shooter and one of its most coveted endorsers. The partnership is..." September 27
CBSSports.com "Well it was a little publicized at the time but not nearly enough that each Curry three-pointer meant three mosquito bed nets donated to Western Tanzania. Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry tips off his Three for Three Challenge this holiday season with Curry donating three life-saving bed..." September 16
Oakland Tribune "It perhaps took some time but Stephen Curry seems comfortable in his role as the man. He's long since been anointed by Warriors management. And his playoff performances pushed him up a tier on the star hierarchy. But now his teammates the youngsters and the newcomers are looking to him for..." September 06
CSN Bay Area "For Warriors guard Stephen Curry becoming a good defender is all about consistency. In fact Curry thinks he's been solid on that end of the floor in the past but he said there's a lot of room for improvement. "I wasn't that bad [during the 2012-13 season]" Curry told the San Jose Mercury News...." August 25
Sporting News "Stephen Curry stopped mid-workout to run and grab his phone. There was something he had to show his trainers at Accelerate Basketball. On the small screen was a video of Curry throwing down a windmill the first time he's completed the dunk. Being healthy sure has its advantages. Curry's..." August 13
Sporting News "Stephen Curry stated the obvious over the weekend: He’s not going to be at full strength for a while. Now it’s just a matter of whether Golden State Warriors’ star guard, who’s dealing with another ankle sprain, can stay on the court. Curry told the Warriors on Sunday that he’d give them..." May 14
Contra Costa Times "Point guard Stephen Curry was smiling before this morning’s shootaround. And for good reason. His team has a chance to take control of this series tonight in Game 5. And his sprained left ankle is feeling the best it has in days. “Ready to go tonight,” Curry said. “It feels a whole lot better..." May 14
Steph Curry says he had to take another painkilling injection to play today.
San Francisco Chronicle "Most of the concerns Mark Jackson had about the health of Stephen Curry's ankle were lifted before the coach even arrived at the Warriors' downtown Oakland practice facility Saturday morning. When the head coach eased past his point guard's car at an intersection, they both hit their horns and..." May 12
USA Today "Danny Green was leaving the visitors locker room at Oracle Arena late Friday night when a reporter was hoping to pass along some well-deserved praise. "You see those numbers when you're guarding (Golden State guard) Steph (Curry)?" the man said to the San Antonio Spurs guard. "Nope, and I'd..." May 11
ESPN.com "Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received treatment on his sprained left ankle Saturday and is considered a game-time decision for Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals. Meanwhile, his San Antonio Spurs counterpart, Tony Parker, sat out practice Saturday with a bruised left..." May 11
Tony Parker says he's very sore but sees no way he won't play in Game 4 Sunday. X rays on Steph Curry negative, in treatment all day today.
San Jose Mercury News "One after another, the Warriors snuggled up to the party line. They talked about having faith, about avoiding conclusions and hoping, about waiting and seeing if Stephen Curry will be able to take the court Sunday. But their voices were soft and their eyes were weary and there was a wobbly feel..." May 11
San Francisco Chronicle "David Lee provided the inspiration, and Stephen Curry provided the much-needed separation. The sixth-seeded Warriors followed the two players who have led them all season and turned Oracle Arena into a place of hysteric celebration with a 92-88, series-clinching victory over third-seeded Denver..." May 03
San Francisco Chronicle "Stephen Curry had better swing by a barbershop Monday morning. He's about to get a lot more attention. "I talked to my team before the playoffs, and my message to them was simple: 'Keep a fresh cut,' " Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said. "You want to make sure your haircut looks good, because..." April 29
Oakland Tribune "The Warriors find themselves in the driver's seat. A win at home on Sunday, and they've got the Denver Nuggets on the ropes. But coach Mark Jackson wants no talk about winning the series. Perhaps Jackson knows winning Game 4 at Oracle Arena on Sunday might be the most difficult task to date. It..." April 28
Warriors coach Mark Jackson says game time decision on Curry
San Francisco Chronicle "Nearly an hour after the Warriors' 99-88 regular-season-ending victory over Portland on Wednesday at the Rose Garden, Stephen Curry sat at his locker stall, still hugging the game ball. On a night when Curry established a record for three-pointers in a season, the Warriors (47-35) decided their..." April 18
Denver Post "Which month will Gallo be back? That's a looming, long-term question for the Nuggets, as Danilo Gallinari prepares for left knee surgery, likely next week. Speaking by phone, Gallinari said Monday his doctor told him recovery from surgery could take at least four months. He might be able to..." April 09
Sacramento Bee "The Stephen Curry who has dominated many teams in 2012-13 hasn't been that player in three games against the Kings this season. Perhaps it has something to do with Kings coach Keith Smart, who coached the Warriors' point guard in his first two NBA seasons. "I won't say that out loud or in..." March 27
Stephen Curry will play
Steph Curry is landing gingerly on sprained right ankle after jumpers and grimacing. I'll stick with prediction that he'll be back Saturday.
Warriors point guard Steph Curry walked through some shootaround activities but didn't make any cuts on his sprained right ankle. GTD tonight vs. Lakers
Sporting News "Stephen Curry put on an offensive clinic Saturday night. The Warriors are hoping it didn't come at a hefty price. Curry lit up the Wizards for 35 points before leaving with a right ankle sprain in the fourth-quarter of the Warriors' 101-92 victory over Washington. X-rays were negative on..." March 24
The Warriors said X-rays on Stephen Curry's sprained right ankle were negative. The team has Sunday off, before hosting the Lakers on Mon.
San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs were preoccupied with problems of their own Feb. 27, the night Golden State’s Stephen Curry went nuclear at Madison Square Garden. While Curry was busy lighting up the New York Knicks for 54 points and 11 3-pointers, the Spurs were slogging through a 105-101 overtime loss to the..." March 20