Stephen Curry Gives Updates After Breaking His Arm, Shares Photo of Injury
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The basketball star's wife, Ayesha Curry, has also taken to her Twitter account to express her gratitude for all the love that her husband has received after the incident.

AceShowbiz - Rest assured, everyone! Stephen Curry (II) is working hard to get back in shape and return to the field after breaking his arm during a game against Phoenix Suns. On Thursday, October 31, the basketball player shared an update about his condition to his Instagram followers.

In the photo, Stephen appeared to be lying in hospital bed as he flashed a big smile to the camera and showed his injured arm, which had already been bandaged. Thanking those who had sent him messages of support, he wrote, "Appreciate all the love/text/support all that," before promising that he would "be back soon!"

Stephen's wife, Ayesha Curry, has also taken to her Twitter account to express her gratitude for all the love that her husband received following the incident. "Our entire family thanks you all for the love and support and PRAYERS for Stephen," she said on the micro-blogging site. "When the love surpasses life's hurdles there is NOTHING you can't overcome. We stand in our belied of impact over legacy. This is Gods way of showing him, you, I, us how to 'trust the process.' "

Ayesha Curry thanked those who sent husband Stephen messages of support.

During the third quarter of Golden State Warriors' game against Phoenix Suns, Stephen fell awkwardly on his left hand as the opponent team's center Aron Baynes landed on top of him. The former immediately grabbed his wrist and walked back to the locker room, where he underwent X-rays that confirmed a broken left hand.

Steve Kerr, coach for Stephen's team, later said that Aron asked about Stephen after the game. "You could tell that he felt really bad. It's just a random basketball play, so stuff happens," he said during the news conference. Meanwhile, general manager Bob Myers revealed that the injured athlete would have an MRI and CT scan, and from there, the team would determine if he needs surgery and what his recovery timetable would be.

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