Steph Curry Will Miss Wednesday's Game in Charlotte With Ankle Injury

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As he alluded to, Curry had surgery on his right ankle in May 2011 and again in April 2012 and has played at least 78 games in each of the seasons that followed, proving that he has been durable.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry seriously hurt his ankle on Monday night against the New Orleans Pelicans. Shaun Livingston will likely draw the start on Wednesday for Golden State.

"I sprained my ankle and I'll see how it feels tomorrow, and kind of go from there", said Curry, who scored 31 points and 11 assists in the win. He immediately left the game and didn't return. The first surgery came after the 2010-11 season and was to fix ligaments that were torn as the result of multiple ankle sprains that happened during that season.

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Curry's right foot rolled over Moore's foot and the Warriors point guard fell to the floor.

Curry suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter when he appeared to step on the foot of New Orleans'? X-rays were negative and he will undergo an MRI on Tuesday, the Warriors confirmed. More clarity on the situation will likely emerge once Curry gets deeper into the recovery process and his swelling goes down.

This season Curry has already missed two games thanks to a right thigh contusion and a bruised right hand.

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