The foot sprain is obviously not a positive, but the fact that it is apparently not related to Curry's ankle is less concerning than the foot. Ever since, fans have been waiting for a Steph Curry update, hoping that the team won't be without their point guard for too long, especially since the NBA Playoffs are on the horizon.
The injury came at Smoothie King Center, the same building where Curry turned his right ankle on December 4, 2017, and then had to miss nearly a month.
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Warriors coach Steve Kerr was relatively tight-lipped about the injury after the game - even labeling it an ankle issue when the team had earlier reported it as a sprained foot - but Golden State's in-game actions spoke louder than his words.
Curry did not address the media after the game but appeared to be in good spirits as he got ready to leave the locker room. His last injury was a mild groin strain when the Warriors lost to the Bucks last November. He is now averaging 27.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 5.3 assists.
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Curry was announced as out for the rest of the game and will likely receive an MRI on Wednesday morning and sit out the Warriors final game of the season in Memphis.
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