Steph Curry suffers nasty finger injury in Game 2
Steph Curry exited Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals between his Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets in the first quarter after suffering a finger injury on Tuesday night.
Fewer than four minutes into the game, Curry walked off the court grabbing his left hand as the game went to a break. A close-up showed one of the fingers on his left hand bent awkwardly.
Curry's finger doesn't look great pic.twitter.com/8FQlXHw6H7
— Dime (@DimeUPROXX) May 1, 2019
Curry's finger does not look great pic.twitter.com/2omcEHBVZR
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) May 1, 2019
Curry’s injury was later reported to be a dislocated left middle finger.
Curry may have gotten hurt when he tried to intercept a pass in a steal attempt just prior to leaving the court. He appeared jammed his hand swiping at Clint Capela. He had his finger taped up and was ready to check back into the game about three minutes after sustaining the injury.
Curry had 18 points in the Warriors’ Game 1 win on Sunday.