It's the fourth time Curry - who has a history of ankle sprains - has sprained his ankle this season.
As for Golden State, the Warriors enter the game looking to move the ball in transition, limit their turnovers and establish a good shooting night from the floor without Curry.
Green's hoop happened after he appeared to attempt a lob pass that hit off the backboard and caromed right back to him. "I'm thinking about our health and we'll get Steph healthy".
There was some initial concern over how serious the injury might be, but head coach Steve Kerr provided an update on Curry's status before Friday night's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. 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.
The Golden State Warriors will be without two-time MVP Steph Curry for at least the next two games as he recovers from a lingering ankle injury, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic. He did not travel to Portland and Quinn Cook started in his place. He stayed in the game and knocked down two free throws before heading to the locker room to have his right ankle evaluated. Not to mention, in the last matchup in January, Minnesota outscored Golden State 60-44 in points in the paint.
"We just have to play harder", point guard Jeff Teague said after Thursday's loss to Boston. "It becomes a more methodical game". Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala, David West, Jordan Bell and Patrick McCaw all missed the game with various aliments. Kevin Durant led the way with 37 points and 11 rebounds and Draymond Green chipped in a triple-double (11 points, 12 rebounds, and ten assists) as Golden State overcame a late deficit to beat San Antonio 110-107.
San Antonio got a great night out of LaMarcus Aldridge (30 points and 17 rebounds). "Before I could even get over there the ref said he was throwing him out of the game".