No Structural Damage on Ankle, But Stephen Curry Out Indefinitely
Ankle problems have plagued Stephen Curry for the majority of his career and earlier this week, the Golden State Warriors point guard suffered yet another ankle injury.
In what was a scary seen, Curry made it out on the lucky end of the prognosis following an MRI confirming an ankle sprain. While no clear timetable on Curry’s return has been released, the team stated that his ankle is “stable and structurally intact. He will be re-evaluated in two weeks.” Curry suffered the injury in the closing minute of the Warriors’ victory over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Quinn Cook is expected to start in place of the injured superstar. On the season, Curry has averaged 26.3-points, 5.1-rebounds, and 6.6-assists per game.