Stephen Curry may miss Tuesday game vs. Hawks with ankle injury

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When a player is listed as questionable with an ankle injury for an NBA team's game on March 1, it's not earth-shattering news.

But Stephen Curry isn't just any player, his ankles aren't your average ankles and the 2015-16 Warriors — at 53-5 and in hot pursuit of the Bulls' single-season victories record — aren't just any team.

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Curry, who rolled his left ankle in Saturday's overtime win over the Thunder (you may've heard, he returned to the game), didn't practice Monday and is listed as questionable

for Tuesday's home game against the Hawks.

Curry's ankle was "a little sore," coach Steve Kerr said Monday (via ESPN).

"We're not going to do anything crazy, obviously," Kerr said. "We'll err on the side of caution. But if he's healthy enough to go, we'll play him."

Curry, who has a history of ankle problems, said he'll play as long as he doesn't risk making the injury worse: "If I'm able to play, I can help the team and [not] put myself in jeopardy of making this thing more than it should be, then I'll play."