Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will be out for at least a little bit longer.
The 30-year-old is set to have his injured groin re-evaluated this weekend.
But, Golden State coach Steve Kerr told reporters the earliest Curry will be back on the floor is Monday against the Orlando Magic.
“He’s not playing Saturday [against the Sacramento Kings],” Kerr said on Tuesday (via The Mercury News).
Kerr also said he wanted Curry to have more practice time before returning.
Curry, however, participated in post-practice shooting drills on Tuesday and also worked out with former Suns star Steve Nash, who currently serves as a Warriors consultant.
Curry, the two-time MVP, has averaged 29.5 points and 6.1 assists this season. He has been out since injuring his groin in a November 8 matchup with the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Warriors, who hold a 12-6 record after dropping their last three games, will host the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday and the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday.