Curry sprains ankle in Warriors' comeback win

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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has no structural damage in his injured right ankle and is expected to be out indefinitely, league sources told Yahoo Sports.

Curry has had a history of ankle issues, especially before he won his two MVP awards.

McCaw didn't return to the game Monday after getting knocked in the nose by DeMarcus Cousins on a dunk attempt midway through the second quarter.

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Curry rolled badly on his right ankle in the final minute of the Warriors' 125-115 win in New Orleans, limping off the court and later leaving the Smoothie King Center on crutches. The first surgery came after the 2010-11 season and was to fix ligaments that were torn as the result of multiple ankle sprains that happened during that season.

This season Curry has already missed two games thanks to a right thigh contusion and a bruised right hand. The Hornets aren't yet the elite defensive team coach Steve Clifford says they can be. More clarity on the situation will likely emerge once Curry gets deeper into the recovery process and his swelling goes down. Got caught on E'Twaun's shoe as I went by him and couldn't catch myself.

Golden State next plays Wednesday night for its only trip of the season to Curry's hometown of Charlotte.