Warriors Provide New Update on Stephen Curry's Shoulder Injury

Things are not easy for the Golden State Warriors right now. They started the season 0-5 on the road, which left them facing a hard uphill

Things were tough for them to begin with and they got worse as their key players were struck with injuries.

Although Andrew Wiggins has missed time due to injury, Stephen Curry's absence due to a shoulder problem has been the largest setback.

Curry is making "good progress" and will be reassessed in two weeks, claims ESPN's Kendra Andrews.

"Stephen Curry is making "good progress" on his left shoulder subluxation, Warriors say. He will be re- evaluated again in two weeks," Andrews tweeted.

Curry has been the MVP point guard for Golden State this year, and the team is 1- 6 without him in the lineup.

He is the best player on the Warriors in terms of plus/minus, followed by Andrew Wiggins (+5.5), who has also lost some time to injury, and Draymond Green (+4.7), who ranks third,

Curry has been forced to shoulder the weight since the Warriors bench hasn't performed up to expectations. Fortunately for Golden State, he was doing a respectable job doing it before to his injury.

Curry has played 34.4 minutes in 26 of of the team's 33 games. He shoots 50.0% from the field and 43.4% from beyond the arc for an average of 30.0 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 6.8 assists.