On Golden State Warriors’ game against Phoenix Suns on October 30th, 2019, Stephen Curry suffered a fractured left hand and began to rehabilitate. After 127 days, Stephen Curry was back on Warriors’ game against Toronto Raptors on March 5th, 2020. In 27 minutes, Stephen Curry scored 23 points (6 of 16 field goals) and made 6 rebounds and 7 assists with three 3-pointers in 12 attempts. There were several impressive moments, including a no-look behind-the-back pass and a shot-clock beating 3 pointer. Toronto Raptors won the game with 121-113.
After his comeback game, Stephen Curry missed two games against Philadelphia 76ers on March 7th and Los Angeles Clippers on March 10th because of the flu. He showed no signs of Covid-19. Two Utah Jazz players, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, and one Detroit Pistons player, Christian Wood, tested positive for Covid-19. The NBA suspended the current season to avoid future spreading of Covid-19. Commissioner Adam Silver said that the suspension will last at least thirty days. “Even if we’re out for a month, if we’re out for six weeks, we can still restart the season. It might mean the Finals take place in July or late July. Just my feeling was it was way premature to suggest we had lost the season,” said Adam Silver.