The Golden State Warriors have been dominant all season under the leadership of Steph Curry. However, due to his recent foot injury, they will have to do a lot of the late-season work without him. The Warriors announced Friday afternoon that the star will be sidelined for at least two weeks.

Curry suffered a left foot sprain in the Warriors’ Wednesday night loss to the Boston Celtics. He underwent an MRI shortly afterward that revealed the severity of the injury.

Both Curry and Celtics guard Marcus Smart went for a loose ball late in the second quarter. In the battle for possession, Smart’s body weight fell onto Curry’s left leg, causing the injury.

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Many are accusing the guard of purposefully hurting Curry, which he has denied, saying that those close to him know that he is “not a dirty player.”

Intentional or not, Curry is out of commission until at least April 1. The injury will be re-evaluated then to determine when he can return to the court for Golden State.

This is a huge loss for the Warriors as they attempt to work their way towards the top of the Western Conference. Up until the injury, Curry led the team in minutes and points per game. He averages 25.5 points, 6.3 assists, and 5.2 rebounds per game.

Klay Thompson and the Warriors will attempt to keep their winning season afloat Sunday night when they host the San Antonio Spurs Sunday night.