Stephen Curry out for remainder of the season

The 3 points God injured his left foot against the Boston Celtics and has been ruled out for the rest of the regular season.

The Warriors just can’t catch a break. When one major player returns after an injury another one goes down. The team is in a load of trouble this time. Steph Curry has been ruled out of the rest of the season after the MRI was done on his leg. The superstar has been ruled out indefinitely but there is hope around the organization that Steph will return by the time the Playoffs begin.

Steph was injured when Marcus Smart of the Boston Celtics dove for the ball and ended up landing on Steph’s foot. Steve Kerr, the Head coach for the Warriors was fuming and told Smart that he hurt Steph. Later even Steph’s teammates acknowledged that it wasn’t a dirty play. Marcus Smart is known for being a tough player that plays his heart out. He put his body on the line to get the ball in this instance.

After the game, Steph underwent MRI scans immediately. The good news was that there was no bone damage. The bad news was that he was out of action for the rest of the regular season and had sprained his ligament on the left foot as per Sham Charania

With Steph out of action for the rest of the season, things look extremely bad for the Warriors. While they do have a great core, they have lost one of their offensive weapons in Steph Curry. The Warriors are currently the 3 seed in the Western Conference. They are just 3.5 games ahead of the Dallas Mavericks and the Utah Jazz who are the 5 and 4 seed respectively.

The Warriors have a tough 12 games ahead of them. 4 of those games are against the Miami Heat, the Utah Jazz, the Phoenix Suns and the Memphis Grizzlies. Even if they manage to hold the 3 seed and get home-court advantage, without Steph Curry being back for the Playoffs, they have absolutely no chance to win an NBA Championship.

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