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Stephen Curry is one of the figures and the leader of the Golden State Warriors, but now this will be in the background, since it is known that will be out for a few weeks due to the injury suffered in the game won against the Dallas Mavericks this Saturdayafter a resonance magnetic confirmed this Sunday some partial tears in the ligaments of the left leg.
Curry retired on Saturday in the third period of the duel against the Mavericks after a collision with McKinley Wright IV and underwent some tests this Sunday that detected partial tears “in the tibiofibular ligaments and in the interosseous membrane”, in addition to a contusion in the lower part of the leg.
The leader of the Warriors he will miss this Monday’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the team’s medical staff will determine the time necessary for his complete recovery in the coming days.
Curry immediately felt severe pain in his leg after the collision with Wright IV and he was treated on the bench by his team’s doctors, before returning to the locker room. In the game, Curry managed 21 points, six rebounds and seven assists in 25 minutes on the court.
Curry is expected to be sidelined at least until the All-Star break, scheduled for Salt Lake City from February 17 to 19. However, the medical staff of the Golden State team will have to go every day to find out how his evolution is going and if the skilful player and leader of the group will be able to return before the small tables.
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