Steph Curry limps to locker room and will undergo an MRI after appearing to injure his left leg on a play that sent him hopping into the stands in a huge blow to the Warriors
Steph Curry left the Warriors’ game vs. the Mavericks Saturday night with an apparent left leg injury, with the sharpshooting guard exiting the game late in the third quarter.
Curry was guarding Dallas’ McKinley Wright IV when the pair bumped knees and Curry came away from the play limping.
The guard was visibly in pain on the play and hobbled into the stands.
The 34-year-old went back to the locker room after being evaluated by Warriors trainer Rick Celebrini.
An initial X-ray on the ‘left lower leg’ injury was negative, and Curry is set to get an MRI.
Stephen Curry could be facing another spell on the sidelines for the Warriors
Curry scored 21 points and notched seven assists and six rebounds in the Warriors win
Curry was listed as probable for the game against the Mavs with a left leg contusion.
He came down awkwardly on a three-point attempt in the fourth quarter against the Nuggets on Thursday.
He missed 11 games this season after suffering a partially dislocated shoulder.
Curry had a game-high 21 points on 7-of-11 shooting when he left the game, and the Warriors held on to win 119-113.
It’s been a difficult season for the defending champions, who are just 27-26 and seventh in the Western Conference.
Their next game is vs. the Thunder on Monday.
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