Bob Myers: ‘It's conceivable' that Steph Curry plays in Game 1 vs Pelicans


Bob Myers is on the mend.

The Warriors' general manager underwent hip surgery on Tuesday.

But you aren't reading this because you are looking for an update on Myers' health.

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You want to know if it's possible for Steph Curry to be in uniform on Saturday night against New Orleans.

"It's conceivable," Myers said on 95.7 The Game on Wednesday. "He's gonna try and practice ... if he can get in tomorrow's practice and Friday and doesn't have any setbacks and feels physically ready, then there's a chance he can go.

"But if there's any notion of him having any issues in any area, he wouldn't go on Saturday. But the good news is, if he's practicing -- which is the plan -- that means you're pretty close...

"So... conceivable -- I don't want to put a percentage on it because I don't know -- but I'm not saying inconceivable ... we'll know more pretty soon here."

Curry sustained a Grade 2 MCL sprain in his left knee on Friday, March 23.

Game 1 vs New Orleans will be played five weeks and one day from the original injury.

The Warriors practice on Thursday at 12pm PT, so be sure to check back for an update on Curry when Steve Kerr speaks to the media...

Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller

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