OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) --Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry will not be playing in Game 3 tonight against the Rockets due to his ankle injury.
He had his injured right ankle checked again this morning before the final determination was made on whether he was going to play.
The Golden State Warriors held a light workout at the Toyota Center in Houston after flying into Texas. Curry says his ankle is improving, but said he couldn't play in a game if he continued to experience discomfort. The Warriors say he won't play if he's not 100 percent healthy.
All Warriors fans want Steph Curry's ankle to get better, but what about this series. Should the Warriors be worried about getting past the Rockets? The ESPN Basketball Power Index gives the Warriors a 99 percent chance of advancing to the next round.
Curry said he's not worried about his teammates taking care of business against the Rockets.
"My teammates definitely did a great job of handling their business in Game 2, which I had no doubts about, and if that's the case in Game 3. I have no doubts about that so, we're in good shape either way I think. I'm going to get out there as soon as I can," said Curry.
The Warriors are up 2-0 in the series. Tip-off is at 6:30 tonight.
This Squad is determined man! One down, next man up! #DubNation— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) April 19, 2016
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