After sitting out the previous two games with a left ankle injury, Stephen Curry started game four against the Rockets with hopes of reviving his team after their game three loss. However shortly before halftime, Curry sprained his right MCL after slipping awkwardly on a wet-spot at half-court while guarding Trevor Ariza, sidelining him for the remainder of the game.
Although the team announced today’s MRL revealed a grade one sprain, he’ll still miss at least two weeks of basketball. With round two slated to tip-off anytime between April 30 and May 2, the reigning MVP will miss a significant amount of the series, which will likely be against in-state rivals, the Los Angeles Clippers, a team with a heavy chip on their shoulder.
What are you thoughts? Can the Warriors still beat the Clippers if Curry is out two-to-four games?