The Golden State Warriors are going to be without Steph Curry for an extended period of time this season — again.
The Warriors star is expected to miss “multiple weeks” with a left leg injury he sustained in Saturday’s 119-113 win over the Mavericks, per NBA insider Shams Charania.
Initial X-rays on Curry after the game came back negative but he was scheduled for further testing on Sunday to determine the severity of the injury. The exact injury and timeline is still undetermined and could take a couple of days to figure out, per Anthony Slater.
Curry appeared to hurt his leg while defending Mavericks’ McKinley Wright IV, who was driving to the basket when their knees collided with each other.
Curry was limping pretty bad before exiting the game.
This is the second time this season Curry will be out with an injury. He had missed 11 games earlier this year with a left shoulder injury.
The Warriors, who are currently the seventh seed in the Western Conference, went 6-5 without Curry during his previous absence.
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