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  • Updated: February 06, 2023

NBA: Steph Curry Out Indefinitely With Knee Injury

NBA: Steph Curry Out Indefinitely With Knee Injury

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be sidelined for an indefinite amount of time having picked up a knee injury.

The injury was sustained in the Warriors' 119-113 win over the Dallas Mavericks.

Curry had clashed knees with Dallas guard McKinley Wright in the third quarter which resulted in him limping off the court.

He had an MRI on Sunday which confirmed he had suffered "partial tears" to ligaments in his left knee, as well as bruising to his lower leg.

Contrary to reports suggesting that the 34-year-old would miss multiple weeks, the Warriors said he "will not play in (Monday's) game and additional clarity on a potential timeline will be established in the coming days."

"I think the main thing is he's going to be out for a little bit," Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters. "We're going to reevaluate in a few days.

"The good news is he's going to be back. We don't exactly know when, but it's not an injury that's going to keep him out for the season."

There is a huge possibility that Curry could also miss out on a ninth appearance in the NBA All-Star Game on 19 February, for which he had been voted in as a starter.

The Four-time NBA champion Curry had already missed 11 games this season with a partially dislocated shoulder.

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