The Golden State Warriors will reportedly be without All-NBA guard Stephen Curry for “a few weeks” after he suffered a shoulder injury in a loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night, according to ESPN.
Curry injured his left shoulder and The Athletic reported that the injury keeps him sidelined. The Warriors will reevaluate their star point guard in two weeks.
The injury occurred when Curry was attempting a steal against a Pacers player and extended his left arm. Curry immediately grabbed his shoulder. Curry left the court and went directly to the locker room.
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Following the 125-119 loss to the Pacers, in which Curry scored 38 points before leaving, head coach Steve Kerr said Curry was in good spirits.
MRI tests were scheduled for Thursday to determine the severity of the injury.
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As usual, Curry is one of his team’s top point producers, averaging 30 per game to rank seventh in the NBA. He also dished out 6.8 assists and grabbed 6.6 rebounds, while shooting 50% from the ground.
His loss in the starting five is important, but the Warriors are likely relieved their star player isn’t gone any longer.
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Jordan Poole is likely to take over at point guard in Curry’s place, while Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and others will be asked to step up.
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Golden State hasn’t gotten off to the start it usually is, with a 14-15 record that puts the Warriors in 10th place in the Western Conference standings.