SAN FRANCISCO -- Injured guard Steph Curry made an appearance at the Warriors facility Sunday morning, going through of workouts as the team practiced. Golden State coach Steve Kerr said Curry has graduated to "basketball movements" as he rehabilitates a broken hand.

"He hasn't been shooting the ball," Kerr said following Sunday's practice. "But he's been out on the floor doing a lot of lateral movement, jumping, that kind of stuff," 

Curry, who fractured the second metacarpal in his left hand in November, underwent a scheduled second surgery to remove screws from the fracture earlier this month in Los Angeles. 

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Following a brief rehab stint in Southern California, Curry rejoined the Warriors this week. While the guard is expected to be re-evaluated in February, he could join the team on its upcoming two-game road trip starting Dec. 31 in San Antonio against the Spurs. 

"We'd like to have him with the team as much as possible," Kerr said. "I haven't talked to him about this next trip but I'm sure he'll be around the team more and more now that he's allowed to be with our staff. He's been here now the last few days, working with our training staff and he's present again so I'd imagine that will stay the same."