Warriors' Steph Curry signing autographs without cast on left hand

Ali Thanawalla

For the last six weeks, Steph Curry has had to wear a bulky cast on his surgically repaired left hand.

But on Friday night, the Warriors star point guard shed the protection as he signed autographs for fans before the Warriors-Pelicans game at Chase Center.

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Curry broke his left hand on Oct. 30 against the Suns and underwent on Nov. 1. Two weeks ago, Curry underwent a second surgery to remove the pins in his hand.

While it appears Curry is making progress, the Warriors still intend to re-evaluate the two-time NBA MVP in February.

Without Curry and Klay Thompson, who is rehabbing from a torn ACL, the Warriors enter Friday's game against New Orleans with a 5-24 record.

[RELATED: Curry-LeBron rivalry 'not friendly']

Warriors fans haven't had much to feel good about so far this season, but seeing Curry without a cast on his hand has to bring a smile to the faces od Dub Nation.

Warriors' Steph Curry signing autographs without cast on left hand originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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