Steph Curry MRI: Grade 1 Sprain, Out 2+ Weeks

An MRI exam on Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry revealed a Grade 1 medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain in his right knee, which will put him on the bench for at least two weeks. Curry suffered the injury at the end of the first half in Sunday evening's first-round game four against the Houston Rockets. The team's medical staff will reevaluate the star after 14 days, with the hopes that he is ready to continue playing should the Warriors advance without him.