The Golden State Warriors will be without guard Steph Curry who sprained his ankle during a game this week. An MRI showed no structural damage and he'll be re-evaluated in two weeks, the team announced Tuesday.

Curry rolled his ankle during Monday's 125-115 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans fighting for a pass nearly deflected by Pelican’s guard E'Twaun Moore.

"It was a dumb play because I tried to go for a steal," Curry said after the game. "And then obviously it was just a bang-bang [play]. I got caught on E'Twaun's shoe as I went by him and couldn't catch myself. So obviously it hurt, but wanted to kind of get back here, get ice on it and get the rehab process started as soon as possible."

He left the court on his own but was seen on crutches with a walking boot exiting Smoothie King Center after the game.

"Yeah, I haven't done that one in a long time," Curry said. "Sprained my ankle, see how it feels tomorrow and kind of go from there. Obviously a sucky situation, but I'll be back. All things considered, I should, knowing I've been through this before on this ankle, knowing the surgical repairs from like five, six years ago are fine, I should be able to bounce back."

Curry will miss Wednesday’s game against the Charlotte Hornets at the Spectrum Center in North Carolina.