Steph Curry Injury Update: Al Hartford’s fall on Warriors’ point guard leaves him limping off court with ankle injury

Stephen Curry ankle injury seems to be a permanent issue as the Warriors superstar continues to be suffering with his ankle. Warriors defeat in Game 3 of the 2022 NBA Finals on Wednesday became a less cared issue as Curry injured his ankle in the fourth quarter after Al Horford landed on him during a battle for a loose ball.

Game 3 loss will certainly hurt the Warriors, but Stephen Curry’s ankle will be the topmost priority for the Dubs as they are moving to win yet another Championship. 

It all happened in the fourth quarter of the game 3 yesterday, when battle was going on between the players of the both team Draymond Green came up with sixth foul but the original damage was done when Al Horford landed on the ankle of Steph Curry .

The good thing is that Curry didn’t leave the court, limped the injury off and played the next few possessions. Curry left the game with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter only when the Warriors were trailing by 14 points and had a little chance of a comeback.

Despite the Dubs suffering Curry has played an absolute beauty with his 31 points including 3 rebound, 3 assists and 2 stealing.

Is Stephen Curry Playing the Game 4?

Though Steph continued to play even after the injury Draymond Green has said he picked up his sixth foul for pushing a Celtic off Stephen Curry on the play and Curry may have been injured on because Curry was “screaming at the bottom of the pile.”

There’s no official words out as to the Curry’s fate in Game 4. However, Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters in his postgame press conference that the team will know more about Curry’s status on Thursday after the MRI. 

Luckily for the Dubs the injury seems not that serious as Steph Curry rest assured the fans after the game in post match presser. Everyone’s hoping that Curry  will be back in the Game 4 of Friday.


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