The nightmare that has been the start of the Golden State Warriors’ season might be getting even worse. Stephen Curry’s broken hand could keep him out for the rest of the 2019-2020 campaign.

According to Bleacher Report’s Ric Bucher, the fracture Curry suffered in his left hand on Oct. 30 is worse than originally thought. Golden State announced last week that the superstar would miss at least three months following successful surgery, but a Warriors’ source has told Bucher that Curry is likely to miss Golden State’s final 74 games.

Curry averaged 20.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game before breaking his hand against the Phoenix Suns. He began the year as one of the favorites to win the NBA MVP award.

After five straight trips to the NBA Finals, Golden State has suffered incredibly bad injury luck. It started in the last two games of the 2019 NBA Finals when Kevin Durant tore his Achilles and Klay Thompson tore his ACL. Durant signed with the Brooklyn Nets in the offseason and probably won’t play until the 2020-2021 season. Thompson could miss the entire season in the first year of a new five-year, $190 million contract with the Warriors.

It only took Curry four games to suffer a potentially-season ending injury. Draymond Green has missed three games and counting with a torn ligament in his finger. D’Angelo Russell played five games with the Warriors before suffering an ankle injury.

The Warriors are 2-6 and near the bottom of the Western Conference standings. Only the New Orleans Pelicans have a worse record. Zion Williamson has missed all seven of New Orleans’ games with a knee injury.

No team has a worse defensive rating than Golden State. Only the New York Knicks have a worse point differential than the Warriors.

Golden State could very well earn the No.1 overall draft pick just one year after the end of their dynasty.

Stephen Curry Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors reacts after a play against the Charlotte Hornets during their game at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, Feb. 25, 2019. Photo: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images