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Golden State Warriors mega-star, and NBA MVP Steph Curry, leaves Game 4 against the Houston Rockets after this scary tumble to the ground.

By Robby Sabo

Only the wildly imaginative person could actually come up with variables on how the Houston Rockets could come back down 0-3 and win the Western Conference Finals.

One situation would be a tragic accident (knock on wood). Another, would be the likelihood that Hakeem Olajuwon kidnaps the Splash Brothers and holds them hostage at his palace for the next week and a half.

The other, and entire more realistic? Well, that would be Golden State Warriors mega-star, and NBA MVP Steph Curry going down to injury.


Unfortunately for Steve Kerr and company, that last scenario is one that has entered their minds.

Tonight, in Game 4, Curry went up for a contested shot attempt on Houston’s Trevor Ariza.

As you can witness, Curry landed hard on his head and backside. Ariza did him no favors either by standing upright during the course of the action.

As of now, Curry has not returned to the floor.

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