Stephen Curry injures right ankle, ruled out for two-game road trip

Curry leaves game after turning ankle (1:04)

Steph Curry turns his right ankle as he lands for a layup and leaves Thursday's game vs. the Spurs in the first quarter. (1:04)

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Golden State All-Star guard Stephen Curry won't travel with the Warriors for their two-game weekend trip after twisting his right ankle early in the first quarter of a 110-107 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Curry would not play at Portland on Friday or at Minnesota on Sunday.

"With Steph's ankle injuries, it's always a worry," Warriors forward Draymond Green said. "Especially ... he's done it so many times where you can kind of tell immediately whether he can get through it or not by his reaction. Just by that reaction that he had tonight, it's kind of a worry."

Curry was fouled by Spurs guard Dejounte Murray on a layup attempt two minutes into Thursday's game and came down awkwardly on his right foot. Curry's momentum carried the hobbling guard into the tunnel behind the basket. Once he was able to stop, he bent over in pain to tend to his ankle.

Kerr called a timeout after seeing the sharpshooter limping noticeably. When the timeout concluded, Curry took the court to shoot and make his two free throws. The Warriors then committed a foul to allow Curry to be subbed out.

After a thorough evaluation in the locker room, the Warriors decided not to let Curry return to action. Curry had his ankle retaped and performed functionality tests, but the organization decided to exercise caution.

"It's great to hear that he's OK and he'll be fine sometime soon," Green said. "But it's just always a hold-your-breath type of moment when that happens."

It was the same ankle Curry tweaked six days ago in Atlanta. Benefiting from three days in between games, he was able to play against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday.

Curry scored two points in two minutes against the Spurs.

The two-time MVP also missed three weeks in December after spraining his left ankle.

On the season, he is averaging 26.3 points, 6.2 assists and 5.1 rebounds per game.

Information from ESPN's Marc J. Spears was used in this report.