Steph Curry Won't Play On Sunday vs. Wolves

Steph Curry Won't Play On Sunday vs. Wolves

Steph Curry Won't Play On Sunday vs. Wolves

Curry has sprained his right ankle four times this season alone, and the handicap that's taken him off the court before could surface again in the future when the team is facing some fierce competition. It is rare to have three other dynamic talents on a team - Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green - plus bench players who can step up and fill the void for arguably one of the best shooters on the planet.

Green's hoop happened after he appeared to attempt a lob pass that hit off the backboard and caromed right back to him. "But most importantly we need them to get healthy when they're healthy".

As a result of the nagging ankle injury, Curry will not travel with the Warriors as they head to Portland tonight or when they visit the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday afternoon.

Stephen Curry rolls ankle, will miss a couple of games, Warriors roll on to beat Spurs anyway. The Blazers' streak started when they beat Golden State 123-117 at the Moda Center on February 14, the last game before the All-Star break.

On the season, Curry is averaging 26.3 points, 6.2 assists and 5.1 rebounds per game while shooting 49.4 percent from the field and 42.4 percent from the 3-point line. Quinn Cook (hand) is also questionable for the Warriors.

Bell, who sprained his right ankle Tuesday against Brooklyn, will be out through the weekend and re-evaluated Tuesday.

Thompson had to carry more of the load offensively as Steph was ruled out of the game with an ankle sprain.

San Antonio avoided disaster after LaMarcus Aldridge left last Wednesday's game with an ankle injury.

Durant's 3-pointer and a jumper gave Golden State a 77-73 lead with 4:01 left in the third.

DeAndre Jordan was a dominant presence inside as he scored 20 points and pulled down 23 rebounds for the Clippers. Jusuf Nurkic had 10 points and 11 rebounds for his 17th double-double of the season. "I probably shouldn't have said anything (to media) in the first place".

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