On April 25, the entire Warriors fan base and organization got word on Stephen Curry’s injured knee. It was diagnosed with a Grade 1 MCL sprain and he would be reevaluated in two weeks. Today is exactly two weeks after the diagnosis and the point guard will be back on the floor.

Looking to help the Warriors go up 3-1, Curry will not be on a time restriction. Coach Kerr has said it’s dependent on his conditioning. During warm-ups, Curry was out on the floor doing his usual routine of wild shots, dribbling drills, and more:

Curry put up his usual “lock in tweet”:

The Warriors confirmed it on Twitter:

Earlier in the day, reports surfaced that Steph had won the 2015-16 NBA MVP award, the second of his career and extending his tenure as the reigning MVP. In this postseason, Steph has only played in 2 games, both against the Houston Rockets. Game 5 is slated for Wednesday, May 11 at 7:30 at the Oracle Arena.