The reigning Most Valuable Player of the NBA and also the potential winner of the same award this season, Stephen Curry sprained his right knee in the final play of the first half in the Golden State Warriors 1st round playoff battle up against the Houston Rockets. Golden State’s superstar also missed Game 2 and Game 3 because of a sprained ankle.
The son of the hot-shot Charlotte Hornets guard Dell Curry suffered an injury after he slid awkwardly in the basketball court while defending and he instantly grabbed his knee. Golden State‘s main man got up and appeared find it difficult putting weight on it prior to jogging with a limp to the locker room.
Steph Curry went out with the team following the halftime break, however he sat on the bench for the majority of of the warmup time and then went back to the locker room following a brief discussion together with his coaching staff.
The NBAs remarkable three-point master played with the Golden State after absent in the last two games up against the James Harden-led team with a sprained right ankle.
Because of the injury of Curry, his teammate Shaun Livingston started out the second half in his place. Despite the Curry-less Warriors, Golden State defeated the Houston Rockets with the final score of 121-94 for a 3-1 series advantage in the 2016 NBA Playoffs.
The other half of the Splash Brothers, Klay Thompson led the Warriors squad to victory by having an amazing 23 points perfomarnce while Houston Rockets, Patrick Beverly also got injured during the game, who likewise strained his right leg in the second quarter.