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Curry out of touch with team doctors

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08:06 AM ET 07.07 | Stephen Curry is coming off ankle surgery, while the Warriors are coming off a patch job of their own. Curry had surgery May 25. With his NBA medical insurance canceled with the lockout's arrival, Curry made sure his bills were paid in advance with enough leeway to cover the first two weeks of July. He just began his first week of physical therapy and hopes to be on the court doing drill and conditioning work in two weeks with his trainer Steve Kostorowski in Washington. During the lockout, the Warriors are not allowed to communicate with Curry or his doctor or trainer. "I don't know how I can get information to them about my progress," Curry said. ... "The doctor here really can't bounce any ideas off our team doctor. The communication lines have been cut off between us and them."

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July 7, 2011  08:10 AM ET

Hmm...Well doesnt that just suck....

July 7, 2011  08:17 AM ET

With the NFL lockout nearing it's end, the third-party middleman communication market is about to be flooded with available manpower.

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July 7, 2011  08:32 AM ET

He'll have 2 years to fix that problem...NEXT!

July 7, 2011  08:32 AM ET

Damn it's slow when the interns put up crap like this.... I'm surprised there wasn't another D-Will, CP3 or D-Howard going to <insert team here> thread being started yet again...

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July 7, 2011  09:36 AM ET

Take two aspirins and call me in the morning, Bro.

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July 7, 2011  10:04 AM ET

hmm, I have an idea, why don't you report it to the press, and then they'll know from reading the paper.

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July 7, 2011  11:43 AM ET
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Too bad because it looks like all the advantage is on the players side. Bohoho! Poor players, they need their owners to pay for everything even if the owners are losing so much money.

That has nothing to do with what he said. If you get hurt doing your job your employer pays for it. Simple as that.

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July 7, 2011  01:36 PM ET

The Warriors used to have good teams. Now they are nothing more than the Clippers of Northern California...

July 7, 2011  01:41 PM ET
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Dont worry, mark jackson will take care of it

hell dont remind me...

 
July 7, 2011  01:43 PM ET
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Good luck LAD and APC

man were going to need it as always...momma there goes that man...

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