Warriors’ Stephen Curry game-time decision for Game 4

Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received treatment yesterday for the sprained left ankle he suffered in Friday’s Game 3. As Game 4 approaches, Curry is considered as a game-time decision by the team, according to J.A. Adonde of ESPN.

For his part, Curry believes he’ll be able to suit up for today’s pivotal Game 4 contest against the San Antonio Spurs.
When asked if he could play in Game 4, Curry said: "I think so. You never really know how it's going to feel the next day. You just keep with the treatment."

Spurs point guard Tony Parker also expects Curry to be on the court, as he told reporters that he “definitely” believes the sharpshooter will play.

Curry sustained his injury late in the Warriors’ Game 3 loss to the Spurs. He remained in the contest, but it was evident that the left ankle was hampering him. The injury has lingered throughout the playoffs, as Curry sprained the same ankle early in the team’s first-round series against the Denver Nuggets.

Still, Curry said that he feels better than he did against Denver, and that ailment didn’t cause him to miss any games. While Curry is likely to play in Game 4, it will be interesting to watch and see how his ankle impacts his level of production.

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