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Getting back into shape after COVID-19 is a “work in progress” for Seth Curry



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Seth Curry tested positive for COVID-19 on January 7, when he was pulled suddenly from the Philadelphia 76ers’ bench during a game against the Brooklyn Nets. “There’s been moments where it’s looked like he’s had great energy, and then the next day. So it was good to see the last game. He looked good today.”

Curry is still dealing with ups and downs as he tries to get back into game shape. “It’s a work in progress trying to up my routine and… up my workouts off the floor to try to get back in game shape. But I think every night I learned where I am at as far as game experience. Every time I get on the floor for a game, I feel like I learned more about my body and what I miss.”

Curry’s case is another reminder of how brutal COVID is.

Fortunately for Curry and the Sixers, he was able to have his best game since returning in Philly’s 119-111 win against the Kings on Tuesday.

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