Steph Curry, Jordan Poole 'fine' after ankle tweaks, Steve Kerr says

Kerr says Steph, JP are 'fine' after ankle tweaks vs. Rockets originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Warriors fans can breathe a deep sigh of relief.

Following the Golden State's' 120-101 win over the Houston Rockets on Sunday at Chase Center, Steve Kerr gave an update on Steph Curry and Jordan Poole after the two tweaked their ankles during the game.

"Yeah, I think he's fine," Kerr told reporters postgame regarding Curry's ankle. "Jordan too."

In the third quarter, Curry attempted a layup during a fastbreak with Rockets center Alperen Şengün defending the Warriors star.

After Şengün blocked Curry's shot attempt, the former inadvertently landed on the latter's left ankle.

Meanwhile, Poole turned his left ankle in the fourth quarter while attempting to drive past the Rockets' defense.

Despite both guards tweaking their ankles, it appears there was no harm done, as both were able to finish the game, even if they will be sore for the next few days.

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Warriors fans are all too familiar with Curry's ankle injuries, so seeing the 34-year-old finish the game was reassuring.

For Poole, although ankle injuries are never fun, he has to be glad that it wasn't worse.

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