Curry (ankle) will have his injury re-evaluated in "a couple of weeks", Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. According to Anthony Slater of The Athletic Bay Area, it's doubful Curry plays until "at least late December".
With Curry's ankle swelling reportedly the size of a baseball Monday night, it's not surprising that he will be sidelined for an extended period. That said, his MRI came back clean, so it appears he's avoided any significant damage. In his stead, Shaun Livingston, Patrick McCaw and Andre Iguodala will all likely see extended run at point guard. The other stars of the Warriors -- Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson -- will probably see their usage rise as well.
Curry's (ankle) MRI came back clean, but he's experiencing significant swelling and has no timetable for a return, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports. He's still being listed as doubtful for Wednesday's contest against the Hornets.
Though Curry is being listed as doubtful for Wednesday, implying he could possibly play, there are also indications that he could be out for "a while". According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Curry's ankle injury will be re-evaluated "in a couple of weeks", suggesting he'll be out until mid-to-late December. More clarity on the situation will likely emerge once Curry gets deeper into the recovery process and his swelling goes down. Regardless, while he's sidelined, Shaun Livingston and Patrick McCaw will probably see more run. Andre Iguodala will likely also spend more time at point guard.
Curry's injury is listed as a sprained right ankle and he's been upgraded to doubtful for Wednesday's game against the Hornets.
Curry received an MRI Tuesday, which has revealed it's just a sprain. However, despite originally being ruled out a day in advance for Wednesday's contest, Curry will now be given a doubtful designation, which gives him an outside chance of playing if he were to make unexpected improvement overnight. Still, Curry is likely going to sit out, which should mean more minutes for the likes of Shaun Livingston, Patrick McCaw and Andre Iguodala. Look for Curry's status to be updated again after Wednesday's morning shootaround.
Curry (ankle) is undergoing an MRI on Tuesday with results expected later in the day, though has already been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Hornets, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports.
Curry sprained his ankle during Monday's game against the Pelicans and was seen leaving the locker room on crutches after the contest. X-rays on the ankle returned negative, though the MRI should reveal more information. While he's sidelined, Shaun Livingston, Patrick McCaw and Andre Iguodala should see extended run at point guard.
Curry (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Wednesday's game against the Hornets on the team's official game notes.
Curry was seen leaving the locker room on crutches after Monday night's game, so this doesn't come as much of a surprise. Even though X-rays on the injured ankle were negative, the team will likely be extra cautious with their star and be in no rush to give him back, especially given Curry's history with ankle injuries. Curry is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, and the results should give some clarity on his recovery timetable.
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