Stephen Curry Sits Out Two-Game Trip Due to Ankle Injury

Stephen Curry’s right ankle is continuing to cause him problems.

He remained behind as the Warriors left on their two-game trip for games Friday in Portland and Sunday in Minnesota.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr just said Stephen Curry (ankle) is missing the game in Portland tomorrow and Minnesota on Sunday. The NBA All-Star won’t be with the team at all during the two-game trip. https://t.co/A7PVQIduap

— Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) March 9, 2018

According to NBC Sports Bay Area, Curry remained in the Bay Area to work with Chelsea Lane, who oversees physical performance and sports medicine for the Warriors.

Curry, who missed most of December with a right ankle sprain, reinjured the ankle just over two minutes into Thursday’s gritty 110-107 victory over the Spurs.

After getting fouled driving to the basket, Curry’s ankle appeared to turn when he stepped on Dejounte Murray’s foot near the backboard stanchion.

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SOURCE: Sporting News, Joe Rodgers