In the final quarter of the Warriors’ 108-101 misfortune to the Los Angeles Clippers at Chase Center on Wednesday night, Steph Curry left the court with a slight limp subsequent to moving his lower leg while attempting to get open on offense.
As per NBC Sports Bay Area Warriors insider Monte Poole, coach Steve Kerr said Curry just suffered a minor injury.
The Warriors have Thursday off yet host the Clippers again on Friday. Curry was unmistakably the focus of Los Angeles’ defensive game plan, frequently double- and triple- joined throughout the night. He got done with a season-low 13 points on 5-of-17 shooting, including only 1-of-6 from 3-point land.
Curry has been an impetus for the Warriors this season, featured by his career-best 62-point outburst on Sunday. Without him, the Warriors would be feeling the loss of their top scorer, player and motor. Through eight games this season, Curry is averaging 29.6 points per challenge, which ranks second in the NBA.
Andrew Wiggins set up a pleasant 19-point night on Wednesday, yet fellow wing Kelly Oubre Jr. proceeded with his initial season battles on offense, going 0-for-6 from 3-point range and 4-for-13 from the field to get done with eight points. Wiggins and Oubre Jr. haven’t demonstrated they can be adequately steady to convey the Warriors on a nightly basis.
It has become evident that Curry should do the truly difficult work for this squad the entire season. On the off chance that he needs to miss some time, the Warriors will get an early trial of their depth and mettle.