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Is Stephen Curry Playing in 2023 NBA All-Star Game? Injury Report for Western Conference Starter

Raahib Singh

Is Stephen Curry Playing in 2023 All-Star Game? Injury Report for Western Conference Starter

On January 26, Stephen Curry was named an All-Star starter for the 9th time in his career.


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After winning the MVP in the 2022 NBA All-Star Game, everyone expected yet another spectacular showing from the Warriors’ superstar. Steph set the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Arena on fire.

The 2x MVP made 16 3-pointers throughout the night and scored 50 points to secure the Kobe Bryant All-Star MVP honors.

After this electrifying performance, everyone wanted to see more from Chef Curry. However, we may not get what we desire. Ahead of the 2023 NBA All-Star game, here is Stephen Curry’s injury report.

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Stephen Curry will MISS the 2023 All-Star Game

The Golden State Warriors superstar was playing at an MVP level to start the season. However, since then, he had a shoulder injury, causing him to miss 11 games. Since then, he came back and was, once again, dominating his opponents before he suffered a leg injury.

While many hoped Steph might return in time for the All-Star game, the same will not happen.

While it will be a big bummer not to see the 2x MVP light the stage up on fire, the fans will have to make do with Ja Morant replacing him as a starter.

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Raahib Singh

Raahib Singh


Raahib Singh is an NBA Journalist and Content Strategist at The SportsRush. A Computer Science Engineer by qualification, Raahib's passion for sports drew him towards TSR. He started playing basketball at 14 and has been following the NBA since 2013. His entry into the basketball world perfectly coincided with Stephen Curry putting the league on notice. Having followed the league for a long time, he decided to use his knowledge to become a sportswriter with The SportsRush in 2020. Raahib loves to put up some shots in his spare time, watch Cricket, Formula 1, and/or read a nice thriller.

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