Curry was spotted on crutches and in a walking boot after spraining his right ankle late in Monday night's win over the New Orleans Pelicans, so this doesn't come as any surprise.
X-rays taken after the game however indicated no serious damage, although Curry was taking nothing for granted having already suffered an injury to his right ankle earlier in his career. He immediately left the game and didn't return.
Curry was dealing with a right hand contusion through the last four games, but this can prove an injury much more hard to recover from, as it impedes his lateral mobility and the explosion off his right foot. We're a championship team.
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The good news is that the X-rays were negative.
A reporter asked Curry for the first thought that went through his mind when he injured his ankle.
The timing of the injury means Curry won't play in the club's lone visit to Charlotte - the city Curry grew up in and located not far from where he was a college star at Davidson.
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Curry has been diagnosed with a sprained right ankle. "I shouldn't say that".
"That I had to call my dad and tell him I can't play golf tomorrow in Charlotte.Nah, just playing", Curry joked.
"So obviously it hurt, but wanted to kind of get back here, get ice on it and get the rehab process started as soon as possible".
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