Warriors guard Stephen Curry (knee) exits win in second half

SAN FRANCISCO — Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry walked out of Saturday’s 119-113 win over the Dallas Mavericks late in the third quarter after apparently suffering a left knee injury.

Curry suffered the injury at 2:01 in the quarter when his left knee collided with Dallas’ McKinley Wright’s right knee while Curry was defending him.

X-rays were negative, the team said, but Curry did not return. As a next step, he will undergo an MRI.

The Star Guard finished his night with 21 points in 7-of-11 shooting and seven assists.

Two nights earlier, Curry had hit the same knee in the second half of Golden State’s game against the Denver Nuggets.

Earlier this season, Curry missed 11 games due to a left shoulder subluxation. During that time, the Warriors went 6-5.

https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/35591577/warriors-guard-stephen-curry-knee-exits-game-second-half Warriors guard Stephen Curry (knee) exits win in second half

Emma Bowman

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