Stephen Curry is arguably the most beloved active player in the NBA. In just two years he has gone from a virtual unknown to a highly sought after player. Even his wife, Ayesha Curry, has garnered fame in her own right, with an upcoming cooking show. Still all that can fall to Hell and back. With the wrong twist of the foot, or movement, in the right place a basketball player’s promising career can end in an instant. That almost seemed the case with Curry on yesterday during Game 4 against the Houston Rockets, when he took a nasty spill.
The results of his MRI are in and thankfully Stephen will NOT be in that number of maimed players!
via Baller Alert
An MRI was scheduled for Monday and the results are in. According to #TheVertical, the MRI on Curry’s knee returned negative for damage. Though this is good news in the long run, The Grade 1 sprain could still have him out for two weeks. Game 5 of #Warriors versus #Rockets is scheduled for Wednesday at Golden State. #ballerificsports
Well this is definitely good news for Stephen and his family, but not so good news for the Warriors. It looks like they will all have to hustle double time if they plan on making it without their star player!