Found December 27, 2011 on
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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry aggravated a right ankle sprain in Monday's win over the Chicago Bulls.
Curry, who underwent surgery on the same foot in the offseason, was hurt in the fourth quarter when he stepped on an opposing player's foot. He did not return.
He had a sensational game against Chicago, scoring 21 points to go with seven rebounds and 10 assists.
Curry had sprained the ankle in an exhibition game against Sacramento last week but played in Sunday's season opener against the Los Angeles Clippers.
The third-year guard was plagued by recurring ankle sprains last season, although he missed only eight games.
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Stephen Curry tweaked his right ankle last night (yes, again), and according to his agent, the Warriors will take on the Knicks tonight without their point guard. USA Today reports: “X-rays late Monday were negative on the surgically repaired right ankle of Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, who scored 21 points in the 99-91 win against the Chicago Bulls. But Curry will...
Warriors win! Mark Jackson gets his first coaching victory. And there is much to discuss (along with a Jackson post-game transcript at the end of this take)… * Stephen Curry said his re-tweaked right ankle was X-rayed after the GSW victory over Chicago–the results hadn’t come back...
Stephen Curry was brilliant Monday — 21 points, 10 assists — and he was the reason the Warriors beat the Bulls. But he left midway through the fourth quarter after turning his ankle, reports Matt Steinmentz at CSNBayArea.com. That would be the same ankle he had surgery on this summer because of ligament issues. Second…
For the second straight game, the Knicks will not have to worry about their opponent’s best player.
According to USA Today, the Warriors’ Stephen Curry will sit out Wednesday’s game against the Knicks, who beat the Celtics playing without Paul Pierce in their opener. Curry hurt his ankle...
Stephen Curry had 21 points and 10 assists, Monta Ellis scored 26 points and the Golden State Warriors beat the Chicago Bulls 99-91 on Monday, giving rookie coach Mark Jackson his first victory at any level.
Line of the Night: Despite being taken out of the game in the fourth quarter after rolling his right ankle yet again, Stephen Curry (2.22 wins/week) led all fantasy lines last night with 21 points, 7 rebounds, 10 assists and 6 steals as the Warriors beat the Bulls 99-91. Curry owners will certainly take this performance over Sunday’s horrible outing, but it’s a little troubling...
Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) will not play in Wednesday night's game against the New York Knicks.
Stephen Curry settled into a chair in front of his locker, then placed his sore right ankle into a Gatorade jug filled with ice and water.
Golden State's mercurial guard had better get used to it at this rate.
Curry rolled his surgically repaired ankle and limped off the court for the second time in seven days. This time the pain was a little easier to take.
Curry had 21 points...
Stephen Curry had 21 points and 10 assists, Monta Ellis scored 26 points and the Golden State Warriors beat the Chicago Bulls 99-91 on Monday, giving rookie coach Mark Jackson his first victory at any level. David Lee added 22 points and seven rebounds and Dominic McGuire made three free throws in the final 47 seconds to seal the win for Golden State.