OAKLAND (95.7 The Game) -- Stephen Curry's evening ended early against the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday at Oracle Arena.
The former back-to-back MVP checked out with 3:41 left in the third quarter of the Golden State Warrriors' eventual 134-111 loss and proceeded to head directly down the tunnel to the club's locker room. The team later announced that Curry was done for the night with a left adductor strain. Head coach Steve Kerr didn't have any update on Curry other than to say he's headed for an MRI exam on Friday.
Kevin Durant, who had 17 points in the loss, offered a brief response when asked about Curry's demeanor after the game.
“He seemed good to me," Durant said. "I’ve got to talk to him tomorrow, see how he’s doing. But hopefully he’s doing well.”
Curry was originally slated to speak at the podium after the game, but Warriors PR announced that he would not because he was recieving treatment.
Curry looks to have injured himself earlier in the third quarter.
Curry had 10 points in 26 minutes, making 5 of his 14 shots.
Klay Thompson led the Dubs with 24 points. It was evident that the Warriors missed Draymond Green: his energy, defense, and his presence on offense. The ball didn’t move as efficiently without Green, who is averaging more than 8 assists a game.