Golden State Warriors get unsettling news regarding Steph Curry

If you are a fan of the National Basketball Association, you are very familiar with the work of Golden State Warriors G Steph Curry. Curry, who is now 34, is the most-prolific long-distance shooter in NBA history, and it's not close. But, if you crave watching Curry play, you are going to have to wait for a while as he has suffered a leg injury. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, he will likely miss multiple weeks of action.

Steph Curry Injury

How did Steph Curry get injured?

Curry suffered the leg injury on Saturday night during the Warriors' 119-113 win over the Dallas Mavericks. As you will see in the video below, During the third quarter of Saturday's game, Curry was defending Jaden Harvey of the Mavs when they collided knees. Curry's leg buckled and he went to the locker room. The X-rays reportedly came back negative, but he underwent an MRI on Sunday, according to the Warriors.

Big Picture: What this means for Step Curry and the Warriors

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Steph curry is not only the Warriors' best player, but he is one of the best players in the NBA, so losing him for any amount of time is certainly a blow. Curry was supposed to participate in the NBA's All-Star Weekend, but according to Anthony Slater, the injury is expected to prevent him from doing so.

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