Stephen Curry injures left ankle in 3rd quarter vs. Nuggets

Doug Pensinger

Stephen Curry went down with a left ankle injury in the third quarter against the Nuggets, but managed to return to the game.

Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry rolled his left ankle late in the third quarter of the Game 2 matchup against the Denver Nuggets and immediately went to the sidelines. He has since returned to start the fourth quarter.

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Curry was trying to shake a double team and made a step-back move with his left leg and appeared to roll his left ankle. He immediately went to the sideline to receive treatment while repeatedly trying to walk off the injury and test it by jumping and putting pressure on it.


It was a scary development for Warriors fans, especially considering his troubled history and multiple surgeries on his ankle in the past. Before leaving, he was on his way to a strong performance and had 27 points on 12-of-20 shooting from the field, including 3-of-7 from beyond the arc.Stephe

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