The Golden State Warriors lost an away game for the thirteenth time this NBA season. Indiana Pacers were too strong at home 125-119. Afterwards, there were concerns about the injury of Warriors star player Stephen Curry, who left the field in the third quarter with a left shoulder injury.

Curry, 34, was injured trying to win the ball back with a so-called steal. He went straight to the locker room and according to his trainer Steve Kerr, he will soon undergo an MRI.

Before the game with the Pacers, the question was whether the two-time MVP could participate. He was hampered by a knee injury.

By the time Curry left the field, the Warriors were already trailing 93-80. Curry had already scored 38 points, making him the top scorer of the night. For the Pacers, Tyrese Haliburton scored 29 points.

The Warriors, who have recorded only two away wins, are tenth in the Western Conference with more losses than wins: fifteen against fourteen. The Pacers are seventh in the Eastern Conference.

Source: ANP