Warriors Star Stephen Curry Out At Least Two Weeks With Knee Sprain
Basketball star Stephen Curry will miss at least the next two weeks for the Golden State Warriors as the most successful regular-season team in N.B.A. history looks to defend its league title. The reigning MVP of the league hurt his right knee in Game 4 of the Warriors' first-round playoff match-up against the Houston Rockets on Sunday, and an MRI showed a grade 1 sprain of his MCL, the Warriors announced Monday. Curry, who set a record for three-pointers made and led the league in scoring while propelling the Warriors to a historic 73-9 regular season record, will be re-evaluated in two weeks. That timetable suggests Curry will miss at least part of the Warriors' second-round match-up with either the Los Angeles Clippers or Portland Trail Blazers, if the Warriors can complete a series win over the Rockets. The Warriors lead the Rockets 3-1 in their best-of-seven series.
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