Curry has been out since Oct. 30 after suffering a broken left hand in a loss to the Phoenix Suns.
During his sideline analyst debut in Saturday night's matchup against the Orlando Magic, Curry provided a vague look into his rehabilitation process.
"Rehab is going great, every day is tough," Curry told Kelenna Azubuike and Bob Fitzgerald. "When you're hurt, and we've all been there in some way shape or form, its a grind, everyday kind of being monotonous with the little strength workouts you have to do, and you understanding that it takes time and patience to get back to 100 percent."
While details were limited, Curry did provide one positive nugget Warriors fans can cling to.
"I've been making progress," Curry explained. "No setbacks which is definitely encouraging to get back to 100 percent as soon as possible."
That date can't come soon enough in a season that has been rife with bad news for fans of the Warriors.
Warriors' Steph Curry says 'no setbacks' in rehab from broken left hand originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area