Stephen Curry suffers ankle injury and will miss upcoming Warriors games

Stephen Curry suffers ankle injury and will miss upcoming Warriors games

Curry, who missed most of December with a right ankle sprain, reinjured the ankle just over two minutes into Friday's (AEDT) game against the Spurs.

Stephen Curry's latest ankle injury reinforces how his health will determine much of what happens this National Basketball Association season.

But there's a reason Draymond Green described seeing Curry injure his ankles as "kind of a "hold your breath" type of moment". "After a thorough evaluation in the locker room, the Warriors decided not to let Curry return to action". Shortly thereafter, TNT's Rosalyn Gold-Onwude reported that the Warriors were calling it a "tweaked" ankle, saying Curry was in the back doing "functionality tests" and that his return to the game was TBD.

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The Warriors have been very cautious this season as they are trying to maintain their health for the playoffs. Kevin Durant scored a game-high 37 points, including 14 straight points to essentially win the game late for Golden State. The Warriors then immediately yanked Curry out for Cook.

On Thursday night against the Spurs, Curry rolled his ankle once again following a blocked layup.

San Antonio's job doesn't get any easier, facing the Thunder on Saturday, with a chance to put some separation between the two teams via a key win at this pivotal point of the season.

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"I'm impressed with the youth movement that's going on in our country right now", Kerr said.

Meanwhile, Warriors rookie forward Jordan Bell will miss at the next two games in Portland (Friday) and Minnesota (Sunday) after spraining his right ankle on Tuesday against Brooklyn.

Curry makes the Warriors a special team. Warriors second-year guard Patrick McCaw will continue to wear a light brace on his injured left wrist for at least another week.

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