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Though Warriors point guard Stephen Curry tweaked his left ankle in Sunday's 104-93 win over the Pistons at The Palace of Auburn Hills, early indications are that it is not serious.
X-rays taken after the game were negative, according to the Warriors. The team believes Curry will be OK for the next game, Tuesday night against the Magic at Oracle Arena.
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Neither Curry nor coach Steve Kerr expressed great concern in the wake of the injury, believed to have occurred on a steal attempt in the third quarter.
"I've had my fair share,'' Curry said, "so I can tell right away that as long as I take care of it the next couple days I should be fine."
Curry indeed has a history of ankle injuries, which cost him most of the 2011-12 season. He underwent surgery on his right ankle in April 2012 and has since been able to avoid serious injury to either ankle.