Warriors star Steph Curry exited Wednesday night’s contest versus the Pacers with a shoulder injury. Curry exited in the third quarter after partially blocking Jalen Smith’s shot and did not return to the game. He had 38 points in 30 minutes of play, before the injury occurred. 

Warriors can’t cope without Curry 

Any long term injury for Curry will be a humongous loss for the Warriors. Steph is an upper-tier MVP candidate having one of the best seasons in his historic career. Entering the night, the Warriors had outscored teams by 151 points with Curry on the court this season. The flip side of that is they have been outscored by 127 points when he’s off the court. They’re already struggling in mid-table mediocrity, entering Wednesday with a 14-14 record.

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Steve Kerr on the Curry situation 

“I just checked in with him briefly,” Kerr said. “But haven’t had a chance to go into detail … Steph’s always a guy with a great outlook on life, so he was in good spirits and we’ll hope for the best.”

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