Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry left Saturday's game against the Washington Wizards with an apparent right ankle injury.
Curry rolled the ankle as he tried to get by Wizards forward Cartier Martin on a fast break. Martin reached out to wrap up Curry to stop the point guard from the open lane. Curry immediately tried to walk off the injury. He took two free throws before he was removed from the game.
Despite missing the final six minutes of the contest, Curry finished with a game-high 35 points on 13-of-18 shooting.
"I'm fine. Don't worry about my ankle it's just another episode, I'll get through it like I always do," Curry said after the game.
Curry has already sprained his right ankle twice this season and missed four games. He's also suffered from right ankle issues several times throughout his three-year career.