Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry wants his fans to know he's doing OK after suffering a broken left hand against the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday.
Curry posted a selfie to his Instagram stories on Thursday, showing off his bandaged injury with a smile.
The NBA superstar thanked those who reached out and promised his followers that he will "be back soon" in captions on the photo, which appears to have been taken in a hospital.
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The Warriors confirmed that Curry was undergoing a CT scan on Thursday afternoon.
Thursday, of course, was Halloween, and the father of three was still able to make his costume work, even with his left hand and wrist wrapped up.
The three-time NBA champion donned a full Buzz Lightyear outfit to match the Toy Story-themed costumes worn by the rest of his family — daughters Riley and Ryan, son Canon, and wife Ayesha.
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Golden State later revealed that Curry underwent surgery on Friday, putting his timetable for a return to the court at approximately three months.
In the wake of losing their superstar, the 1-3 Warriors aren't considering the season a total wash. Team owner Joe Lacob reportedly "scoffed" at the idea that Golden State should tank this year after the losses of Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant.
The team has appeared in the past five NBA Finals.