Stephen Curry leaves the Mavs-Warriors game because he hurt his left leg. X-rays were negative
Stephen Curry, a star for the Golden State Warriors, limped to the locker room during the second half of their game against the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday. The Warriors beat the Mavericks 119-113 without him coming back.
With 2:01 left in the third quarter, Curry seemed to bump knees with McKinley Wright IV while defending a drive. This is what caused the injury. The whistle went off for a foul, and the Warriors' best player came up favoring his left leg.
The X-rays came back negative, so Curry will have an MRI.
"Any time a guy gets an MRI, there's a level of concern," said coach Steve Kerr. So, all we can do is wait and see what happens.
Curry missed 11 games earlier this season because of a left shoulder subluxation. Before his latest injury, he scored 21 points in 26 minutes, grabbed six rebounds, and gave out seven assists.