To the Golden State Warrior’s dismay, star Steph Curry will most likely miss Wednesday night’s game against the Charlotte Hornets. Reports indicate that MRI test results reveal serious swelling, but no structural damage to Curry’s right ankle, which he rolled during Monday nights game versus the Pelicans.
Sources: Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry's MRI result revealed no structural damage on injured right ankle, but significant swelling and no return timetable.
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No mention of Curry’s return has been made at this time. And while Steph Curry is no stranger to ankle injuries, most of them have occurred early on in his NBA career before he rose to 3-pt fame.
Curry’s latest injury occurred during Monday night’s game agains the Pelicans, when he tried to steal the ball from E’twain Moore. It was reported that Curry made an awkward landing, causing him to immediately fall in pain.