The injury was initially reported as a mild foot sprain, but Kerr called it a sprained ankle.
Stephen Curry did not return after suffering a sprained foot against the Pelicans.
Golden State guard Stephen Curry left the Warriors' Tuesday game against the New Orleans Pelicans with a sprained right foot, but the ailment isn't expected to affect his readiness for the National Basketball Association playoffs.
Obviously, any injury to Curry is concerning, but his struggles with near career-derailing ankle injuries earlier in his career give a heightened sense of worry whenever Curry aggravates anything related to his ankle.
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After going to the locker room for an examination, Curry returned to the game briefly, an indication the Warriors don't believe the injury is serious. Golden State, which already had clinched the top playoff seed in the Western Conference, also played without several other prominent players for example forward Kevin Durant who was listed out with illness and guard Klay Thompson who was allowed to rest his sore right knee.
Although the Warriors star has missed 13 games this season he's been in relatively good condition for the most of the season. He is now averaging 27.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 5.3 assists.
Curry was announced as out for the rest of the game and will likely receive an MRI on Wednesday morning and sit out the Warriors final game of the season in Memphis.
In his first game facing New Orleans since leaving the franchise last summer for the Warriors, DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points while going 7 of 18 from the field, 12 rebounds and six assists.