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Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry slipped near the end of Wednesday’s shootaround and sprained his right ankle, according to multiple reports.
The Warriors take on the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday and Curry will not play as a result of the ankle sprain.
It is the same ankle which caused Curry to miss 11 games in December.
ESPN Source: Stephen Curry sustained a sprained right ankle and will be held out of tonight’s game against the Clippers.
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) January 10, 2018
A Warriors source said Stephen Curry's sprained right ankle "doesn’t look serious at all, but we’re not taking any chances on anything this year."
— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) January 10, 2018
Curry has played in five games since returning from the initial ankle ailment. The two-time MVP has been on a tear, averaging 35.2 points while shooting 57.4 percent from the floor and 53.2 percent from three.
This latest setback for Curry comes at a bad time.