Found March 26, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry has been hobbled with constant ankle injuries throughout his pro career. It's almost as if a season cannot go by without hearing news of Curry being beset with some sort of ankle issues. The same can be said for this season. This season, the second year pro has played 26 games for the Warriors this season and Golden State could use his 14.7 points and 5.3 assists he has been averaging this season. Curry is looking to hopefully be rid of his constant ankle issues, and saw a specialist who also helped Celtics' Ray Allen when he was dealing with ankle injuries early in his NBA career. Warriors point guard Stephen Curry flew to Los Angeles on Thursday to meet with foot and ankle specialist Dr. Richard Ferkel, who was instrumental in All-Star Ray Allen's recovery from ankle surgery. In conjunction with Dr. Bob Anderson, who performed Curry's surgery in May, and Ferkel, the Warriors plan to update Curry's rehabilitation plan...

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Warriors 111, Kings 108

David Lee had 22 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists and rookie Klay Thompson scored a career-best 31 points to lead the short-handed Golden State Warriors past the Sacramento Kings, 111-108 on Saturday night. Two turnovers by the Kings and another by the Warriors in the final minute finished off a sloppy game and handed Golden State the season series 3-1 in the Northern California...
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