Stephen Curry Injured His Knee after an Accidental Slip in Game 4 against the Rockets

Stephen Curry, sprained his right knee after he accidentally slip on a wet spot on the court in the dying seconds of the first half of Game 4 against the Houston Rockets.

The reigning MVP, never return in the second half of the game after only scoring 6 points in 18 minutes of playing in a win against the Houston Rockets  121-94.

Golden State Warriors now lead the series 3-1 after missing their main man for most of the series.
Unfortunate for Stephen Curry, who already missed several games due to injury in this post season, he will likely to miss another game defending on the result of his MRI.

Warrior’s management and coaching staff did not take any risk of returning Curry in the second half of Game 4 in a blown out win of the Warriors.

Curry, only played 1st quarter of Game 1, after suffering ankle injury, missing Game 2, Game 3 and now 2nd half of Game 4.

If injury stop Curry from playing the Playoffs, the Warriors chance of coming back to the finals might be slim? Will this injury spoiled the history that Golden State Warriors posted this season?

Stephen Curry, is the NBA leading scorer averaging 30.1 points, 6.7 assists and 5.4 rebounds during the regular season, he is the most likely to win the back to back MVP this season. And perhaps a back to back NBA Champion if injury will not spoiled the reigning MVP?