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Even though Stephen Curry did not seem concerned after spraining his ankle Sunday, he will be listed as questionable Tuesday night when the Warriors meet the Magic at Oracle Arena.
Curry rolled his left ankle attempting a steal in the third quarter of the Warriors' 104-93 win over the Pistons at The Palace at Auburn Hills.
The All-Star point guard left the game and made a brief return before exiting for good in the fourth quarter.
"I tried to plant on it, and it kinda gave way a little bit," Curry said after the game. "I could tell right away that just as long as I take care of it the next couple days it should be fine."
Postgame X-rays were negative, but the Warriors are being particularly careful with Curry, who has sustained injuries to both ankles over the course of his six-year career.
He missed a game last season with a bone bruise on the same ankle.
"He didn't look like he was moving well," coach Steve Kerr said. "He wanted to stay out on the floor. And I told him he was done for the night.''
Kerr has multiple options should Curry sit the game against Orlando, beginning with Shaun Livingston, who is playing well after recovering from offseason toe surgery.