Steve Kerr: Steph Curry's ankle injury is not a concern

Steph Curry

Steph Curry

New Orleans Pelicans superstar Anthony Davis rubbed a whole lot of people the wrong way when he sported a T-shirt that read "That's all Folks!" during the Pelicans' season finale against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night.

According to the Warriors, Curry sustained what has been termed a mild right foot sprain.

The team had announced that Curry wouldn't be back in the game for precautionary reasons, so fans were understandably concerned.

Warriors: Forward Andre Iguodala (left toe soreness) and Andrew Bogut (rest) also did not play. He stayed in the contest for a little while, but after hitting a jumper with 2:43 left in the quarter, he asked the bench to take him out of the game and went straight to the locker room to get checked out with Warriors medical personnel.

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"We think he's going to be fine", Kerr said.

Christian Wood had 26 points and 12 rebounds for the Pelicans, who closed out the season with 13 losses in their last 16 games as they mixed and matched lineups of primarily young or recently acquired players they sought to evaluate for the future.

Head coach Steve Kerr spoke about the injury after the game. "He tweaked it, but we weren't going to mess around", said Kerr. How do they handle a meaningless regular-season game after already locking up the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference?

Golden State is set to finish regular season play against the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday.

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