After the Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry sprained his left ankle in the fourth quarter of last nights Game 3, there was concern that the Warriors gunner may miss Game 4 of the Western Conference playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs.
The news for Curry though has been relatively positive as x-rays taken on Curry’s ankle produced negative results and he has been deemed a game-time decision for Sunday’s Game 4.
Curry will receive treatment for most of today as well as prior to Sunday’s game in hopes that he’ll play.
The 25-year-old Davidson product, according to some reports, was apparently spotted limping heavily after last evenings loss though a few other reports suggested the limp wasn’t nearly as bad as those reports suggested.
Curry of course has a history of ankle injuries, so even the most minor roll is of concern, though this injury occurred on his non-surgically repaired ankle – so if you’re a glass half full type…
The Warriors and Spurs will have an early tip-off tomorrow (scheduled for 12:30 Pacific), making his game-time call a bit more dicey than normal.
Curry was not available for the player media session this morning but the Warriors are expected to make him available to media later in the afternoon.