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Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry has gotten an MRI done on his foot after limping off the floor during a game against the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night, per ESPN’s Kendra Andrews. The sharpshooter was hurt when Marcus Smart dove for a loose ball, trapping Curry’s foot underneath him in the process.

Steve Kerr, the Warriors head coach, was visibly unhappy with the play and yelled at Smart, though both of them claimed to have spoken about it afterward and understood where the other was coming from.

“We’ll see,” Kerr told reporters in relation to the injury following the game. “We’ll know after the MRI.”

The point guard tried to remain on the floor at first but would limp back to the locker room and was ruled out at halftime as a result of the pain.

The results of the scan hadn’t been revealed at the time of writing.