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Stephen Curry left the Warriors win over the Washington Wizards midway through the fourth quarter after spraining the same right ankle that’s been so problematic throughout his career.
The injury came when Wizards guard Cartier Martin intentionally fouled Curry on a fast break. The contact caused Curry’s right foot to get caught in the floor, spraining his ankle in the process.
Curry attempted to walk off the injury while grimacing in visible pain. After he shot the two subsequent free throws and was removed from the game, Curry limped to the locker room and wasn’t seen again.
Curry was having a superb game up until that moment. He finished the game with 35 points, eight assists while shooting 13-of-18 from the field and 6-of-10 from deep, as the Warriors cruised to a 101-92 win.
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After scoring 35 points on 13-of-18 shooting, elite Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry again suffered a right ankle injury and had to leave in the fourth quarter of a 101-92 victory over the Washington Wizards on Saturday night at the Oracle Arena in Oakland. X-rays on the 25-year-old Curry, who the Warriors (40-31) took out of Davidson College with the seventh pick in the...
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After appearing to badly sprain his nettlesome right ankle yet again on Saturday, Stephen Curry insisted to reporters after the game that his ankle was “fine,” but stressed that he wouldn’t rush back to action if he didn’t feel he was ready.
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Stephen Curry scored 35 points before injuring his ankle late in the Golden State Warriors' 101-92 victory over the Washington Wizards on Saturday night.
Curry and backcourt mate Klay Thompson hit 14 of their 22 combined shots in the first half and totaled 53 points in the first game of a five-game homestand.
The Warriors, who hold a one-game lead over Houston for sixth place...
Former Kentucky star John Wall is finally coming into his own as a pro in the NBA. After nearly breaking his knee-cap, Wall was sidelined for much of the year as he nursed his injury. He saw his Washington Wizards fall into the deepest cellar of the NBA with the league’s worst record. The Wizards are 20-15 since Wall returned from injury. While you may scoff and say that is barely...
Washington Wizards guard John Wall has been named Eastern Conference player of the week for games played Monday, March 11 through Sunday, March 17.
Trevor Ariza hit a career-high seven 3-pointers on his way to 25
points, John Wall added 24 points and the Washington Wizards
rallied from an 18-point second-half deficit to beat the Los
Angeles Lakers 103-100 on Friday night.
The Golden State Warriors aren't sure if they'll have Stephen Curry available.
It may not matter against Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers.
With the status of their leading scorer unclear, the Warriors attempt to continue their surge by beating the Lakers for just the second time in 20 meetings Monday night.
Golden State (40-31), sixth in the Western Conference, has...