Golden State Warriors star guard Steph Curry is scheduled for an MRI on his knee Saturday. Curry injured it in his team's victory over the Hawks on Friday night.
The Golden State Warriors can't seem to catch a break in the injury department. Friday night, Steph Curry returned from an ankle injury that sidelined him for weeks, only to suffer a potentially more serious injury.
Near the end of the third quarter, Warriors big man JaVale McGee fell backwards awkwardly after trying to grab a rebound, landing on Curry's left knee.
Curry tried to walk it off, but it was apparent pretty quickly that he'd suffered some kind of injury.
Golden State is calling it an MCL sprain, but Curry is scheduled for an MRI on Saturday.
Needless to say, if there's a tear, Curry's season would be in doubt.
Here's video, via SportsCenter. It seems like a pretty unlucky situation for the Warriors.
Golden State has been dealing with a number of injuries the past few weeks - Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green have all missed time. The playoffs start in just three weeks, so they're running out of time to get healthy.