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08:12 AM ET 08.14 | This shapes up as important week for the Warriors' Stephen Curry, who is ramping up his rehab schedule after an injury-plagued season. Curry will arrive in the Bay Area on Tuesday night and then work out for four consecutive days at the team's downtown practice facility. Warriors general manager Bob Myers indicated that Curry has been working out much of the summer but that this stretch will mark a stepping up of Curry's rehab and basketball-related work. "I don't think he'll have any restrictions," said Myers. ... "He's being cautious because he has time to be. But as far as full-go, he's there right now. He's not going to push it unnecessarily, though. He's going to be cautious. But as far as restrictions, they've all been lifted."

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August 14, 2012  09:52 AM ET

Strengthen Your 'Foundation' Bro.

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August 14, 2012  10:13 AM ET
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Unlike Curry though Grant Hill's ankle surgery was done on the wrong part of his ankle and not where it was suppose to be (Pin placed slightly above where the real issue was) LOL!!! talk about screwing a kid over...

Talk about screwing a franchise (Orlando) over.

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August 14, 2012  11:25 AM ET
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I wanted the Knicks to get this guy bad when he was drafted. Man am I happy now that didn't occur.

Even if he has been hurt, he has still given Golden State 10 times more than what Jordan Hill gave the Knicks. So I'm not so sure the Knicks feel the same as you do in looking back on that draft.

August 14, 2012  12:23 PM ET
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LOL!!! kid is cross over away from being back on the injured list... This issue will not go away anytime soon...

LOL!! Good thing Iverson and White Chocolate are gone...they had the best NBA crossovers since Tim Hardaway

August 14, 2012  03:44 PM ET

Think you guys should have kept Ellis, but that's me. Ever hear of Grant Hill?

August 14, 2012  09:02 PM ET

Cautiously speaking!

August 14, 2012  11:11 PM ET
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Think you guys should have kept Ellis, but that's me. Ever hear of Grant Hill?

Nope...too old...injury proned!

 
August 16, 2012  07:24 PM ET

He should join the suns.

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