Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Warriors G Curry (ankle) ruled out vs. Hornets

Warriors G Curry (ankle) ruled out vs. Hornets

Towards the end of Monday night's game against the New Orleans Pelicans, Curry rolled his ankle.

Curry was asked if he knew how bad it was considering his history of ankle injuries. He immediately left the game and was wearing a walking boot and on crutches when he addressed the media afterward.

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This is the same ankle Curry had two surgeries on earlier in his career and shortened his 2011-12 season.

Curry suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter when he appeared to step on the foot of New Orleans'? We should have an update from the team on Tuesday. He landed awkwardly on his right ankle and twisted his foot awkwardly. X-rays came back negative.

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A reporter asked Curry for the first thought that went through his mind when he injured his ankle. "Obviously a sucky situation, but I'll be back", Curry said. Curry told reporters he had reached out to Kobe Bryant for advice on how to deal with an injured ring finger on his shooting hand after missing a contest November 27 because of the injury.

"That I had to call my dad and tell him I can't play golf tomorrow in Charlotte.Nah, just playing", Curry joked.

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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (ankle) will not play Wednesday against the Charlotte Hornets, reports Chris Hayes of ESPN.

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