Stephen Curry to miss "a few weeks" with Shoulder Injury
The Golden State Warriors are expected to be without reigning Finals MVP Stephen Curry for "a few weeks," according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Curry exited Wednesday night's loss against the Indiana Pacers while trying to make a defensive play.
The 8-time All Star was ruled out for the rest of the game and underwent an MRI on Thursday.
Despite minor knee and ankle issues this year, Curry has not missed more than one game in a row this season.
The Warriors will remain cautious with the superstar, who has often missed long stretches due to injury in his career. He missed the final three weeks of the regular season last year after suffering a foot injury, while a broken hand cost him all but five games in 2019-20.
Another long-term injury could be especially damaging for Golden State after an up-and-down start to the season. The team currently sits in 10th place in the West with a 14-15 record.
Curry is averaging 30.0 points, 6.8 assists and 6.6 rebounds per game this year.