Golden State rallied from a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter Thursday night to beat the San Antonio Spurs, but everyone inside the organization and out was focused on Curry's right ankle, which acted up for the fourth time this season - and second time within a week.
According to ESPN's Chris Haynes, Curry is "day-to-day" and will travel with the team during the two-game road trip to the Portland Trail Blazers (Friday) and Minnesota Timberwolves (Sunday). He had recently tweaked his ankle in the game against the Hawks.
Since early December, Curry has now injured his right ankle on four occasions.
The shot got rejected, but Curry also drew a foul.
The Spurs will need whatever help they can against one of the NBA's top teams, record wise, who they have not defeated in the 2017-18 season.
Australian Patty Mills contributed just eight points and two rebounds for the Spurs, who next face Oklahoma City.
As for Curry, he limped back to the court without any assistance after his awkward landing. He left the game on San Antonio's ensuing possession, after sinking two free throws for Golden State's first points of the game, and headed to the Warriors' locker room.
If the Warriors are not healthy - and, specifically, if Curry is not - then the door is opened for others to spoil their fun. "The team said he was getting re-taped and going through tests, then Curry didn't return - but the Warriors are going to be cautious at this stage of the season with the playoffs beginning next month".
Kerr set for discussion: Kerr is set to participate Monday in a town-hall-style discussion on gun violence with U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Fremont, and high school students at Newark Memorial High School. He could miss more games, which would be a massive blow to fantasy owners when it counts the most.
"We still have three All-Stars when Steph goes down", Kerr said after the game (ESPN).