Curry immediately walked towards the Warriors' bench and went straight to locker room. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Curry's ankle injury will be re-evaluated "in a couple of weeks", suggesting he'll be out until mid-to-late December.
Curry had 31 points and 11 assists, as they came back from 21 points down late in the first half to defeat the Pelicans 125-115. Postgame X-rays were negative and results of an MRI exam are expected back on Tuesday.
Curry has been diagnosed with a sprained right ankle.
This season Curry has already missed two games thanks to a right thigh contusion and a bruised right hand.
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Curry has a history with ankle injuries, too - he got surgery in 2011 to fix torn ligaments in the same right ankle and has battled numerous ankle ailments since. Curry told reporters he had reached out to Kobe Bryant for advice on how to deal with an injured ring finger on his shooting hand after missing a contest November 27 because of the injury. "Obviously a sucky situation, but I'll be back", Curry said. And it was bang-bang.
The Warriors' next game is in Curry's hometown of Charlotte on Wednesday.
"Yeah, I always look forward to that trip, playing in that arena and playing in front of people that seen me grow up".