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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry injured his right ankle in Tuesday's exhibition game against Sacramento.
Curry underwent surgery on the same foot in May. He was scheduled to be re-evaluated Wednesday after leaving the arena on crutches Tuesday night.
The third-year guard was plagued by recurring ankle sprains last season, although he misses only eight games.
Curry averaged 18.6 points, 5.8 assists and 3.9 rebounds last season for Golden State, which will face the Los Angeles Lakers in the season opener Sunday night.
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