Stephen Curry Injury: Warriors Guard Suffers Right Foot Sprain

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry left the team's matchup with the Phoenix Suns at the U.S. Airways Center after playing only nine minutes, suffering a sprain in his right foot in the first quarter.

Curry missed a layup with 2:30 remaining in the first when landed a bit awkwardly, trying his best not to but any weight on it. He began to limp and hobble down the court, and was relieved by Nate Robinson soon after.

Curry headed to the locker room with nine points and two assists, and came back right before the half to try and give it a go again, but really seemed to be aggravated by it then and never returned. He had x-rays done that were negative, but his status for the near future in unknown.

Curry was supposed to take part in the skills challenge as part of this weekend's All-Star festivities down in Orlando, but likely won't take part considering the injury. Luckily he's got the break to rest up before the team hit's the road early next week.

For more on the Warriors, head over to Golden State of Mind.

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