Steph Curry avoids injury despite rolling ankle in Game 6
Steph Curry had another ankle injury scare, but it does not appear to be too serious.
Curry rolled his right ankle stepping on Landry Shamet’s foot late in the first quarter of Game 6 between the Golden State Warriors and LA Clippers on Friday night.
Uh oh. Steph Curry rolled his right ankle pic.twitter.com/LL1lbV44SF
— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) April 27, 2019
Ouch, Steph pic.twitter.com/bRzrZ6NfD7
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 27, 2019
Curry went to the locker room but returned to the bench and then resumed playing. He showed some signs of being affected, which was noted by the ESPN announcing team in the third quarter.
Any time Curry rolls his ankle it becomes a concern for the Warriors. He has been limited by ankle injuries throughout his career, including during this regular season. He also rolled his right ankle on April 9 but did not seem bothered by it when the series with the Clippers began.
With the Houston Rockets looming in the second round, Golden State will want to be at full strength.