The team announced he would not be returning to the game:
The Warriors announced Curry has an MCL sprain and will undergo an MRI on Saturday, per Kerith Burke of NBC Sports.
Curry hobbled off the floor after Warriors center JaVale McGee landed on his leg while attempting to block a shot.
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Curry, 30, has already missed 21 games this season largely due to recurring ankle concerns. In fact, Friday was his first game back from a six-game absence because of a tweaked right ankle.
"It's weird not having Steph out there," Kevin Durant said while Curry was sidelined in March, per Nick Friedell of ESPN.com. "Steph is the system here, and he's been a part of this since Steve Kerr's been here," Durant added.
Indeed, Curry remains Golden State's engine given his playmaking ability, vision and marksman shooting from beyond the arc. The two-time NBA MVP is averaging a cool 26.3 points and 6.2 assists per game while shooting 42.4 percent from three for the season.
Curry, Durant and Klay Thompson are all shooting above 40 percent on three-point attempts this year, one of the many reasons the Warriors are nearly impossible to defend.
That trio, along with Draymond Green and a veteran bench, leads a Warriors team once again favored to win this year's title. While Golden State would still be a tough out without Curry, its odds of winning a third championship in four years would go down dramatically with its leader sidelined.
While Curry recovers, Shaun Livingston and Quinn Cook will see their roles expand.