On Tuesday night, Steph Curry registered 19 points, five rebounds and five assists.

He went 6-for-20 from the field, including 2-for-10 from distance, and turned the ball over six times.

How healthy is he?

According to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, the back-to-back MVP is "playing at 70 percent, at best."

After the 118-94 loss, Curry took the podium to speak to reporters.

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Question: "Physically, how did you feel tonight? Better than the other day? Still hampered at by your injuries? Was that a factor at all?"

Answer: "No. I'm fine."

In Game 1 of the Warriors' opening round series against the Rockets, Curry scored 24 points before tweaking his right ankle late in the first half. He did not play in the second half and missed Games 2 and 3.

Curry returned in Game 4, but sprained the MCL in his right knee late in the first half. He missed Game 5 against Houston, and Games 1 through 3 against the Blazers in the Western Conference Semifinals.

The unanimous MVP returned for Game 4 in Portland, scoring 40 points, including an NBA-record 17 points in overtime.


In Game 2 against the Thunder, Curry chased a loose ball near the sideline and went crashing into the stands. He banged his right elbow on metal flooring, causing severe swelling.

Early Wednesday morning, CSN Bay Area Warriors sideline reporter, Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, tweeted the following:

"Spoke w/ Steph Curry in OKC & he admitted he does feel some pain in knee & w constant play hard to progress in healing, but mind over matter."

Curry and the Warriors trail the Thunder three games to one and are on the brink of elimination.