Steph Curry left the Warriors' loss to the Boston Celtics on Wednesday with a left foot injury and did not return. We won't see Curry on the floor again for at least a few weeks.
On Friday, the Warriors sent out an update on Curry's injury, noting that the two-time MVP has a sprained ligament in his left foot and will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
Curry was injured during the second quarter against the Celtics when Marcus Smart dove for a loose ball and rolled into Curry's foot.
The injury to Curry comes just one game after Draymond Green returned after a 31-game absence due to a lower-back injury. Try as they might, the Warriors just haven't had their wish for a fully-healthy starting lineup answered.
The Warriors have just 12 games remaining in the regular season. They currently sit in third place in the Western Conference but are just three games up in the loss column on the Dallas Mavericks and Utah Jazz.
A two-week timetable for re-evaluation suggests the injury might not be as severe as initially feared.
Curry will miss at least seven games, with the earliest possible return being April 2 vs. the Jazz.