Updated on March 9 at 1:50 am ET / 12:20 pm IST
The Golden State Warriors lost its point guard Stephen Curry just a few minutes into the first quarter of the game against the San Antonio Spurs after he tweaked his angle but went on to win 110-107.
The Warriors started the game on a strong note but trailed the Spurs in the second and third quarters. However, it came back strongly in the fourth quarter with a 32-20 score to clinch the game 110-107.
Golden State Warriors suffered a setback in the game against San Antonio Spurs after its point guard Stephen Curry suffered an ankle injury during the match Thursday.
The injury happened as Stephen Curry landed after a layup attempt in the first quarter of the game against the Spurs. He was visibly in pain as he headed to the locker room.
Golden State Warriors has said that its star Stephen Curry has suffered an ankle tweak and won't return for the rest of the game.
Stephen Curry tweaked his right ankle. He is being re-taped and will perform functionality tests. His return is TBD.— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) March 9, 2018
Stephen Curry (tweaked right ankle) will not return to tonight's game.— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) March 9, 2018
It is the fourth time that Stephen Curry has injured his ankle this season. He had recently tweaked his ankle in the game against the Hawks.
He had to sit out of 11 games earlier this season after he sprained his right angle during the game against the Atlanta Hawks.