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The Golden State Warriors may have won the game, but they lost Stephen Curry with a mild ankle sprain, according to Warriors beat writer Rusty Simmons.
Curry injured his balky ankle after playing 26 minutes, finishing with 17 points (7-12 FG, 2-2), a three, a rebound, five assists and a steal.
Curry is likely questionable for Tuesday's game in Cleveland. If he can't go, Jarrett Jack will get the start. Jack was worth owning before the injury.
The Warriors did get good news: Andrew Bogut returned, played 24 minutes and looked good (12 points, eight rebounds, two assists, a steal and four blocks). However, Bogut likely won't play Tuesday either, according to beat writer Matt Steinmetz.
The Warriors say Curry has a mild sprain. They're not sure if he'll return.
— Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron) January 29, 2013
Curry will not return, according to the Warriors.
— Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron) January 29, 2013
Andrew Bogut tells Jim Barnett: "Probably not," when asked if Bogut thought he would play Tuesday vs. Cleveland.
— Matt Steinmetz (@MSteinmetzCSN) January 29, 2013
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Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry went to Chicago and left with a souvenir he probably could have done without. Warriors beat writer Marcus Thompson shared the above photo of Curry shortly after the Dubs lost to the Bulls 103-87 on Friday. In his tweet, Thompson implied that Curry received the scratch from Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich.
We have no confirmation about when and how...
Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was knocked out of Monday’s game after suffering a mild sprain of his right ankle in the third quarter. (VIDEO)
It’s Curry’s second sprain of that ankle this month. He went the first 36 games without any issues with his right ankle, which was surgically repaired in April. But he missed two games after spraining it in shootaround on Jan. 16...
MILWAUKEE -- As Andrew Bogut sat on the bus Friday night while his Golden State Warriors made their way from Chicago to Milwaukee, seven years of his life ran through his head.
The bus ride suddenly became nostalgic when Bogut peered out the window and saw a sign that read "Welcome to Wisconsin."
"Ups and downs, good and bad," Bogut said of his time in Milwaukee...
One of the NBA's snubbed players for this year's All-Star Game, Stephen Curry, has received an invite to participate in the ASG Three-Point Contest. Although Curry did not receive an invite to play in the game, he may still participate in the contest. Curry, who has battled through injuries this year understands it would be a big commitment to go just for the three-point...
Center Andrew Bogut is in the starting lineup for the Golden State Warriors on Monday against the Raptors, his first action since November 7.
The No. 1 overall draft pick out of Utah in 2005, Bogut has been limited to just four games this season while recovering from microfracture surgery on his left ankle.
When he was acquired from Milwaukee last season, the 7-foot Bogut was recovering...
Warriors starting center Andrew Bogut is aiming at coming back Monday night in Toronto. It will all depend on how he feels after pregame warmups. But multiple sources said Bogut is planning to give it ago.
At Monday’s shootaround at the Air Canada Centre, Bogut was wearing his practice jersey on the blue side — reserved for the starters. Plus there was a buzz about the center’s...
Andrew Bogut hasn’t played for the Warriors since Nov. 7. But that two-and-a-half month absence could finally come to an end Monday night in Toronto against the Raptors, according to Marcus Thompson:
When the Warriors tip off Monday night, don’t be surprised if a 7-foot-1 Australian is on the court.
Warriors starting center Andrew Bogut is aiming at coming back Monday night in...
An injury last night may have made up Stephen Curry's mind for him. The Golden State Warriors' guard was contemplating whether or not he should accept an invite to play in the three point contest during NBA All-Star Weekend. Last night, he rolled his ankle and had to exit the game.Curry has battled ankle problems off an on all season. Last night, he appeared to have...
The Golden State Warriors will be without three starters Tuesday night. Harrison Barnes, Stephen Curry and Andrew Bogut won't play Tuesday.
Barnes left Monday's game with a calf injury and woke up with knee pain, so he won't be jumping as high as the sun tonight. Richard Jefferson will likely get the call.
Stephen Curry's bad ankle will sideline him. He'...
Tweet After only playing in four games this season for the Golden State Warriors, center Andrew Bogut is set to make his return in Toronto against the Raptors. The Warriors official Twitter account tweeted the news. OFFICIAL: Andrew Bogut will play (and start) in today’s game in Toronto. — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) January 28, [...]
Andrew Bogut hadn't played for 38 games after playing in three of the first four games of the season.
Andrew Bogut last played on Nov. 7 against the Cavaliers, missing 38 games.
Actually Andrew Bogut came back but I needed to make the title work for it to be a play on the Baby Got Back song. Just pretend got really says came and we’re good. Anyhoo! Last night Bogut made a surprise and somewhat coy return just one day after it was announced he would be sidelined for up to a month longer with his ankle injury. What, now Bill Belichick is also coaching the...
Just when the Golden State Warriors were finally able to put the lineup they wanted on the floor, they'll likely be short-handed again.
Meanwhile, the Cleveland Cavaliers will look to ride Kyrie Irving's hot streak to their first four-game winning streak since LeBron James left when they host the Warriors on Tuesday night.
Golden State (27-17) got Andrew Bogut back for...
The Golden State Warriors' offense was clicking and they were dominating the glass against Eastern Conference opponents. Then the calendar turned to 2013.
Golden State will try to avoid a third straight loss on its Eastern swing Monday night when it faces the struggling Toronto Raptors.
While starting 13-2 against the East this season, the Warriors (26-17) shot 47.3 percent...