Warriors lose Curry early against Spurs, then Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

Esther Moore
March 10, 2018

After a tough loss to the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night, LaMarcus Aldridge is hopeful his San Antonio Spurs teammates aren't looking at the standings or anxious about their potential seed this postseason. And after Curry tweaked his right ankle last week after stepping on Zaza Pachulia's foot, the Warriors determined Curry did not aggravate the initial sprain.

It's also not something where we're going to say, 'Steph is out, it's over. "We still have a lot of talent".

Steph Curry left Thursday night's Warriors-Spurs game at Oracle Arena after rolling his right ankle before Golden State even scored a point in the first quarter.

Durant hit his third straight jumper to tie it with 2:01 remaining before the Warriors went ahead on Draymond Green's putback the following possession. Curry then aggravated the sprain after slipping on the floor during morning shootaround on January 10, causing him to miss two more games.

Golden State, the perennial championship favorite, no longer bothers with the regular season.

San Antonio got a great night out of LaMarcus Aldridge (30 points and 17 rebounds).

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That the Warriors are officially dubbing the Curry injury a "tweak" and not a "sprain" seems to suggest that it isn't considered severe. But he didn't get much help.

Golden State may have to start worrying more about health than what seed they are in the playoffs.

According to ESPN's Chris Haynes, Curry is "day-to-day" and will travel with the team during the two-game road trip to the Portland Trail Blazers (Friday) and Minnesota Timberwolves (Sunday).

Australian Patty Mills contributed just eight points and two rebounds for the Spurs, who next face Oklahoma City.

Half a decade removed from a rash of right ankle injuries that threatened his career, Curry again is rolling that same ankle with alarming frequency. Klay Thompson talked about feeling some soreness in his hip after the game. To keep those "off nights" from hurting them in the postseason, they need to forget about being the No. 1 seed.

Golden State trotted out a team just as banged up as the Spurs, who were competing without their best player, Kawhi Leonard, who continues to recover from right quadriceps tendinopathy and Pau Gasol (right shoulder). The aging stars on the roster don't have enough game to do it either (when they are healthy enough to play).

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