For the moment, it is possible that Golden State Warriors will be without Stephen Curry. Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN says Curry will miss several weeks because of an unidentified shoulder injury.
Curry injured his shoulder Wednesday night’s game against Indiana Pacers. After trying to take the ball from a Pacers player using his left arm, it looked like he was feeling something. Curry immediately began to clutch his shoulder, appearing to be in pain. He then went back to the locker room. Curry left the locker room after he began to clutch his shoulder and appeared to be in pain.
Steve Kerr, the head coach, stated that Curry was feeling good despite the injury. He would have an MRI on his shoulder on Thursday.
The Warriors are currently at 10th in the Western Conference, with a record of 14-14. Curry has done his best to keep the Warriors afloat despite not being able to deliver the expected results after taking home the championship trophy. Curry averaged 29.6 point, 6.8 assists, and 6.6 rebounds per match this season while shooting 43.2 percentage from deep. On Wednesday, he was able to leave the game at 3:00 PM. a 125-119 Warriors loss, Curry finished with 38 points, 11-of-19 shooting, seven rebounds, seven assists and two steals.