Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry suffered a foot injury in the second quarter of Wednesday’s game against the Boston Celtics.
Curry left the game after the injury and never came out of the locker room after halftime.
The Warriors officially ruled him out for the game shortly after the second half started.
For more on Curry’s injury, we have you covered with everything we know below.
What is Stephen Curry’s injury?
Curry was ruled out for the game with “left foot soreness,” according to Warriors PR.
Stephen Curry (left foot soreness) will not return to tonight’s game.
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) March 17, 2022
During the second quarter of Golden State’s game against the Celtics on Wednesday, Curry got tangled up with Marcus Smart fighting for a loose ball. He came up hobbling and tried to play through it, but eventually went into the locker room early.
Steph Curry officially out for the game with what team is calling left foot soreness following this play pic.twitter.com/6edSJxQszv
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 17, 2022
When both teams came out to start the second half, Curry was not on the floor with the Warriors. The team announced he would miss the rest of the game shortly thereafter.
How long will Stephen Curry be out?
The severity of Curry’s injury has not yet been determined. Check back for updates after the game.
Warriors upcoming 2021-22 schedule
The Warriors will have a few days off before they take on the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday, March 20, giving Curry more time to recover.
You can find their upcoming schedule below.
|March 20||vs. Spurs||8:30 PM|
|March 22||at Magic||7:00 PM|
|March 23||at Heat||7:30 PM|
|March 25||at Hawks||7:30 PM|
|March 27||at Wizards||6:00 PM|