Found January 18, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
PLAYERS: Stephen Curry
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So, Stephen Curry is out indefinitely after spraining his ankle Wednesday morning. He missed the game later that night against the Heat and the Warriors looked painfully lost without him. Curry said Wednesday night after the game that he’s day-to-day. Mark Jackson echoed that on Thursday: “Still getting treatment and still day-to-day,” Jackson said. “He’ll travel but not sure when he’ll play.” While Jackson isn’t saying anything new, the fact that he didn’t say anything new a day later is frustrating for anybody familiar with Curry’s ankle history and clinging to the hope the injury isn’t too serious. Jackson has always been a cautious guy when it comes to handling Curry’s injuries. But his comments don’t do anything diffuse concerns over the severity of Curry’s latest right ankle disaster. It’s still not clear how severely injured Curry’s twice surgically repaired ankle is. It’s only been one day, but if it becomes a couple days without any progress, then that’s probably
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