Steph Curry is in the midst of what could be another MVP season, as he is once again shooting the lights out of the every building he steps into.
The only thing that could stop Curry right now is an injury, and unfortunately he was forced to leave last night's blowout loss to the Milwaukee Bucks with one.
Stephen Curry Suffers Adductor Strain In Left Leg https://t.co/8NkZeegpHu— RealGM (@RealGM) November 9, 2018
And he'll be undergoing an MRI on Friday.
Curry did not look like himself last night, missing every three that he took, going 5-for-14 from the field for 10 points in his 26 minutes played.
Steph Curry leaves game with left adductor strain.— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) November 9, 2018
He was 0-4 from three before the injury. The last time he missed every 3PTA in a game was Feb. 27 2017 (0-11 3PT). pic.twitter.com/UdjC9BKq6A
Curry has been plagued with ankle injuries throughout his career and he admitted that if it was an ankle injury he could determine what the timetable would be. Since he has never experienced this kind of injury before, Curry is left unsure when he will return to the court.
The Warriors star is averaging 29.5 points per game and is shooting 49.2 percent from three on over 11 attempts per game. If he continues playing at that level, he'll be well on is his way to reclaiming the reputation of being the best player in the league.
"This is the only fair knock on Steph Curry as a player: he can get dinged. He's gonna miss some time." pic.twitter.com/04SkvtvDG9— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) November 9, 2018
Curry is the engine that keeps the Warriors going, so Dubs fans will have their ears to the ground waiting for an update on his injury.