If you want to know what kind of luck Stephen Curry has with his right ankle, look no further than this quote from Mark Jackson on Wednesday:
“It was really a freak injury,” Warriors coach Mark Jackson said before Wednesday night’s game against Miami. “We don’t do much in shootaround — (he was) just chasing after a loose rebound. It’s unfortunate.”
Curry sat out of the Warriors’ game Wednesday at home against the Heat after tweaking his ankle at shootaround Wednesday morning, causing many a Warriors fan to facepalm or silently weep in the corner of a room when the morbid news broke. He was painfully missed by the team, as the Heat all but mercy ruled the Warriors in an easy 92-75 win. (At least maybe Curry’s all-star candidacy got a boost?)
It was only Curry’s first DNP of the season — impressive considering his past — but possibly not his last.
According to Marcus Thompson II of BANG, Curry is “out indefinitely.” Curry believes his ankle “will be all right,” but the team is