Steph Curry leaves Warriors game with injury

Jan 17 2018 Chicago IL USA Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry reacts during the first half against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center. Mandatory Credit Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Curry available to make Warriors return against Hawks

Curry's latest injury just adds to the woes for the beat-up defending National Basketball Association champions.

Curry scored 11 of his points in a 13-4 Warriors run in the third quarter that turned a 60-53 deficit into a 66-64 lead.

That's what JaVale McGee had to say about the injury bug the Golden State Warriors have caught.

"We stand here before you, old, young, black, white, brown, and we are all united in our commitment", Ranadive said. The Warriors have said that Curry, who tweaked his right ankle on March 8, will be available to play in the game.

Curry will be the lone All-Star on the court against the Hawks on Friday night, and he may have to carry a large offensive load in his first game back. Still, Curry's mounting injuries are growing concerning, and he will undergo an MRI on Saturday to determine the severity of this one.

"I feel bad", Kerr said. Steph managed to limp back to the bench in frustration as the team therapist checked the injury, but minutes later, he was taken back to the locker room. Health has been a concern for the defending champions as their all-stars Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, along with Curry, all missed time due to various injuries.

Curry had rolled the ankle at Atlanta on March 2 but initially kept playing before re-injuring it again. Several teammates spoke up, expressing frustration and confusion over a growing divide that has created significant tension between Leonard and the Spurs.

The Spurs won their sixth straight and beat the Jazz for the first time in four meetings this season.

San Antonio sits in 6th place in the Western Conference with the same record as 5th-place New Orleans, a half-game behind Oklahoma City for 4th. Utah remained eighth in the West.

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