Warriors Get Bad News On Steph Curry's Medical Imaging

The MRI has been reviewed, and according to reports emanating out of the Bay Area, the Golden State Warriors will have to do without Steph Curry for a number of weeks, maybe even up to a month.

NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski says that sources tell him that Curry is expected to miss "a few weeks" with his left shoulder injury. The Warriors are referring to it as a "left shoulder subluxation". Fellow Insider Shams Charania reports that surgery will not be required.

Curry will be re-evaluated in two weeks, reports Charania, but he is expected to be out "closer to a month". 

The superstar guard injured his shoulder in the 3rd quarter of Wednesday night's loss to the Indiana Pacers, and couldn't move his left arm as he left the floor for the locker room. An MRI was performed today to reveal the extent of the damage. 

The Warriors have not done well without Curry in their lineup, to say the least. They're 24-66 without him over the last three-plus years, and 0-3 so far this season. 

Curry was on his way to contending for his 3rd MVP award, as he was averaging 30.0 points a game, 6.6 rebounds and 6.8 assists, in addition to a four-year high 43.4% shooting from long distance. 

The Dubs will have to figure out a way without him for about a month. 

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