It has remained dormant for a while now, but Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry’s oft-injured ankle/foot has been tweaked once again, causing him to limp off the floor in the first quarter of the Warriors game against the Phoenix Suns at the U.S. Airways Center.
Curry came down awkwardly under the basket, and starting hoping gingerly as to keep from putting pressure on his foot. He limped back upcourt before a foul allowed a substitution.
Steph had already scored nine points and had two assists before he left for Nate Robinson with 2:17 left in the first quarter, and is a terrible sight for Golden State fan’s as No. 30 headed back to the locker room immediately after being relieved by Robinson.
As for Udoh, he left the game in the second quarter favoring the knee he injured against the Clippers. He and Curry’s status remain uncertain for the rest of the night.
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