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Following the Golden State Warriors’ recent victory over the San Antonio Spurs, head coach Steve Kerr offered insight into superstar Steph Curry’s ankle injury, ruling him out for the upcoming game against the Dallas Mavericks.

Kerr stated postgame, “I don’t expect him to play in Dallas. So we got another tough game coming up. We needed this one. We’re in a fight right now down the stretch of the season. Good to get the win and build some confidence without Steph too.”

This season, Curry has been averaging 26.9 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 4.9 assists per game. The Warriors now face the task of maintaining their competitiveness in Curry’s absence as they push for a playoff spot.

Golden State exchanged wins with the Spurs in Curry’s absence.