Steve Kerr gives update on Curry’s injury

San Francisco – Stephen Curry was ruled out for tonight’s game against the San Antonio Spurs. He will be re-evaluated on Tuesday when the team is on the road for a three-game road trip. Curry injured his right ankle in the Warriors 125-122 loss to the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night. As reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Curry’s MRI on his right ankle came back with no structural damage. He’ll be able to return to play based on his ankle improvement over the next days.

Steve Kerr

Curry left the game with 3:51 to play in the fourth quarter due to a right ankle injury and did not return. He averages 26 points a game and is a key component to Golden State’s offense. After the game his teammates stayed positive regarding his exit.

“No one is Steph Curry,” said Draymond Green. “That will definitely change things, but we know the sets that we like to get to with Chris (Paul) in the game and what he is great at. We will do more of what he is great at.”

“He had his ankle wrap on, he was icing his ankle,” Klay Thompson said. “I know we’re going to miss him if he does have time off, we’ve been in this position before where he has had time off and we just got to do it collectively. I know he’ll be ready to go when he does come back, whenever that is. We just want to wish him a speedy recovery and to take his time.”

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