An MRI on Stephen Currys right ankle revealed that theWarriors point guard didnt sustain any ligament damage when he rolled theankle on Tuesday night.Curry will be listed as day-to-day, meaning it is unknownwhether hell play in the Warriors season opener on Christmas night against theL.A Clippers at Oracle Arena.Curry sprained the ankle with less than a minute to play inthe first half of the Warriors exhibition game against the Kings on Tuesday.After injuring the ankle, Curry remained on the court for a couple of minutesand then was helped to the locker room by teammates.
Curry appeared to be in considerable pain and he was notable to put weight on the ankle. He didnt return to the game and leftPower Balance Pavilion on crutches.Curry did not have X-rays in Sacramento, and the Warriorscalled his injury a right ankle sprain.Curry sprained his right ankle several times last season,which forced him to miss eight games. After the season, Curry had surgery to strengthen the ankle.
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