Arthroscopic surgery on Stephen Curry’s troublesome right ankle Wednesday ”revealed a stable ankle with no structural damage.” The Warriors said the operation performed by Dr. Richard Ferkel in Southern California ”consisted of cleaning out loose debris and scar tissue” and deemed the operation ‘’successful.”

Curry is expected to resume basketball activities in three to four months. Golden State hopes its franchise point guard can avoid another more serious surgery for the second straight summer and be ready for fall’s training camp.

”The surgery went about as well as we could have hoped for entering the procedure,” Ferkel said in a statement. ”We were pleased that the surgery was limited to simply a cleaning out procedure and I anticipate that he’ll be ready before for the start of training camp.”

– Reported by the Associated Press