Curry sits out practice, questionable for Tuesday’s game

VIDEO: Stephen Curry goes down against the Oklahoma City Thunder

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — Adrenaline no doubt carried Stephen Curry through the scintillating finish of the Golden State Warriors win over the Oklahoma City Thunder Saturday night, after he went down with a sprained ankle and was stepped on by Thunder All-Star Russell Westbrook.

But Curry sat out of practice today and Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters he is questionable for Tuesday night’s home game against the Atlanta Hawks (10:30 p.m. ET, NBA TV), though he was not listed on the Warriors’ injury report as of this afternoon.

The Warriors beat the Hawks 102-92 on Feb. 22 at Philips Arena. Tomorrow’s return date is the Warriors’ first home game after their recent seven-game road trip that began in Phoenix before the All-Star break.

Curry has played in 56 of the Warriors’ 58 games this season, missing back-to-back games against Dallas (Dec. 30) and Houston (Dec. 31) with a bruised shin. The Mavericks won in a blowout with Curry missing, but Draymond Green and Klay Thompson took control as they bounced back with a win over the Rockets.



  1. Noel says:

    Curry is always ready come no go warriors

  2. Yeah, rest him please. Give the Hawks a break!

  3. cornerstones says:

    REST HIM Coach. He aint going volunteer to sit. Curry needs to insure his feet/ankles as Pele did. My goodness….despite lazy defenders….Steph can flat out drop the rock. Good gracious mannnnn!!!.

    He wrote ALL THINGS on his sneakers…. Imma put…”GREATER THINGS than”…..on mine…WHAT!!! #inspired