Steph Curry Facing "Multi-Game Absence"

After suffering a shoulder injury in the 3rd quarter of Wednesday night's 125-119 loss to the Indiana Pacers, Steph Curry may be leaving the Golden State Warriors to face life without him for some time.

After a discussion with the medical staff, he walked to the locker room, without moving that left arm from his side.  

Curry will have an MRI on Thursday, but according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic, Curry sat at his locker after the game "with his left arm dangling to his side in an immobile position," and that the feeling around the team was that the injury would "force some sort of a multi-game absence that would presumably extend through the rest of the road trip." 

The Warriors are 0-3 this season without Curry in the lineup, and are a decidedly dreadful 24-66 without him over the last three+ seasons. 

Curry was doing it all for the Warriors Wednesday night, having scored 38 points in 30 minutes, going 11-for-19 from the field and 5-for-10 on 3-pointers before leaving with the shoulder injury.

Warriors fans are hoping for good results from the medical imaging, and a speedy recovery.

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