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Warriors vs. Clippers on Wednesday night

Warriors vs. Clippers on Wednesday night

The Golden State Warriors will be without star guard Stephen Curry against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday because of a sprained right ankle.

Curry has been spectacular in the five games he's played in since returning from the 11-game absence.

The 27-year-old has scored in double-figures all but once this season while notching 24 20-point outings and one 30-point performance.

This is the same ankle that Curry sprained earlier in the season. But Curry's recurring ankle issues will have the Warriors operating with extreme caution. Over the last five games the Warriors are 5-0 and Curry is averaging 35.2 points per game.

However, Kevin Durant (strained calf) will be back on the court after missing the past three games.

The Warriors rise coincided with the health of Curry's ankles, as he emerged as a singular talent who led Golden State to three straight Finals and a pair of National Basketball Association titles.

The last time both Steph and Klay missed a game at the same time: March 11, 2017.

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