Curry out Wednesday with sprained right ankle, three other starters to sit

Calvin Saunders
January 11, 2018

Get live updates, news and analysis on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. when the short-handed Warriors try to beat the Clippers for the 13th consecutive time when the teams meet at Oracle. He averaged a scorching 35.2 points per game in five games after returning on December 30, shooting 53.2 percent on more than a dozen 3-point attempts per game.

Five Warriors will sit in total, with four related to either injury or soreness, and one being for rest. He was placed on the injury list on six separate occasions between the start of the 2010-11 season and the end of the 2012-13 campaign for injuries to both ankles. Curry tweaked his right ankle during shoot-around Wednesday afternoon and, for precautionary reasons, he won't see action.

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Durant missed the last three games with a right calf strain suffered a week ago in the first quarter against the Mavericks and played through it.

Thompson was Golden State's only player this season to appear in all 41 games.

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