Steph Curry Will Play Without Restrictions Despite Bruising ‘On The Entire Right Side Of His Body’

05.27.15 3 years ago
Stephen Curry


Amazingly and thankfully, Steph Curry emerged from Tuesday night’s horrific fall devoid of major injury. But that hardly means the Golden State Warriors superstar isn’t hurting.

Though he cleared all tests for concussions and suffered no structural damage after tumbling several feet to the hardwood in his team’s Game 4 loss, Curry didn’t come away completely unscathed… his entire right side is black and blue.

It’s not hard to see why. Though a head injury was certainly possible, we were more concerned with Curry’s shooting arm upon watching replay after replay of the fall. See how it gets crushed under his side at an extremely awkward angle?

But don’t worry, Warriors fans: If the Houston Rockets make history by coming back from a 3-0 deficit to win this series, it won’t be because the MVP is compromised. Not only will Curry play in Wednesday’s Game 5, but he’s feeling no more lingering effects from Tuesday’s incident than many innocuous ones he no doubt experienced throughout the year.

Golden State gets another chance to close-out Houston at 9 p.m. EST on ESPN.


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