Warriors’ Stephen Curry out vs. OKC; no structural damage to knee

Warriors’ Stephen Curry out vs. OKC; no structural damage to knee

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Warriors’ Stephen Curry out vs. OKC; no structural damage to knee
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SAN FRANCISCO — An MRI on Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry’s ailing right knee revealed no structural damage, the team said Wednesday.

He will not play Thursday against the Oklahoma City Thunder and will be reevaluated this week.

Curry did not play in Tuesday’s 104-101 loss to the Timberwolves because of right knee soreness. Curry took a hard fall in the second half of Sunday’s loss to Minnesota but immediately continued to play. However, he was seen rubbing his right knee.

Curry underwent an MRI on Tuesday afternoon and coach Steve Kerr later described the results as “good news” for the Warriors.

“Nothing alarming,” Kerr said Tuesday night. “He is day to day and we will see. If he misses another game or two, it’s not going to be anything long term.”

Curry has been carrying a heavy load for the Warriors, averaging 30.7 points on 48.8% shooting from the floor, including 44.6% from 3. He has scored at least 30 points in six of Golden State’s 11 games — scoring 40 or more in two.


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Warriors’ Stephen Curry out vs. OKC; no structural damage to knee

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