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“I got a nice little butt pad too” Steph Curry reveals about wearing inner diaper to cover his injured tailbone

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors reacts in the fourth quarter against the Portland Trail Blazers

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry suffered a tailbone contusion on March 17’s game against Houston Rockets. However, Curry was ruled out for five games as he was unable to play. He returned against the Chicago Bulls, but he still faces a problem in his tailbone.

It seems Steph is back to his regular game as he scored more than 32 points in his last four consecutive games after resulting from the injury. On Tuesday, Curry poured in 41 points, leading the Warriors to achieve a 122-121 victory against the Milwaukee Bucks.

With his phenomenal performance, Curry helped the Warriors to break their three-game losing streak. Curry has seen falling down on the ground during the game, which seemed to hurt his tailbone. But actually, he will not get hurt as long as he doesn’t land on it. “I can play, I can do whatever I want on the court as long as I don’t land on it,” Curry said.

Due to the injury, Steph needs to wear support in his tailbone area, which aids him to move without having any problem. Referring to a tailbone injury, Curry said, “I got a nice little butt pad too.”

Steph is not facing any major issues regarding his tailbone injury. But he will need to wear the pad for a few more weeks.

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Steph Curry tailbone injury 

After a fall in the third quarter against the Houston Rockets on March 17, the 33-year-old was sidelined due to a tailbone contusion. Later he went through an MRI test which revealed inflammation in Curry’s tailbone.

Following the MRI test, Warriors ruled him out for an uncertain time before reevaluating his tailbone injury. However, Steph made some significant progress in the first few days after the injury.

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors drives to the basket against the Milwaukee Bucks

Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors drives to the basket against the Milwaukee Bucks. Getty Images

Warriors reevaluated him after one week, but he was not fit enough to join. Further, returned on March 29 against the Bulls with a heroic performance.

Steph Curry doesn’t appear to have any visible issues moving to start a game but needs to stay cautious from falling on his back. It is assumed he will be fit in the next few weeks unless he lands on his tailbone area.


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