Curry rolled his right ankle while going for a steal in the fourth quarter of Golden State's game against the New Orleans Pelicans.
For the second time this season, the Warriors overturned a 20-point half-time deficit to clinch a decisive victory.
About that first half: Holiday rocked the Warriors' All-NBA guard combo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson for 23 points in two quarters. Klay Thompson added 21 markers, with four treys, while Draymond Green and Kevin Durant scored 19 apiece.
Will not lose hope: Sitharaman on Cyclone Ockhi rescue ops
In a tweet yesterday, she had said the Navy rescued 121 fishermen from Kerala and Air Force rescued 15. Another person said deep sea fishermen would remain in the sea for several days.
Chelsea Pensioners deliver engagement card to Harry and Meghan
One of the cakes will likely he feature Harry and Meghan's entwined initials, and be tasted by the couple beforehand. The Queen will be in attendance at the wedding as well.
Steelers LB Ryan Shazier Stretchered Off Field With Back Injury
With 2,572 combined scrimmage yards this season, the Steelers' duo is headed toward making National Football League history. As Twitter user Blitzburgh pointed out, Mike Tomlin has gone 11-2 as a head coach with the Steelers in Monday night games.
E'Twaun Moore led a dazzling long-distance shooting display by the Pelicans as he drilled all four of his 3-point attempts against Portland.
Then the final blow.
The worst part of this is that it occurred with less than a minute remaining in a game that the Warriors led by seven.