The Golden State Warriors suffered another blowout loss against the Phoenix Suns, 121-110 to fall to 1-3. However, that is not the big story of the night. The Dubs could potentially miss Stephen Curry for the remainder of the season after breaking his hand.

Curry suffered the injury in the second half against the Suns Wednesday night. According to CBS Sports, Curry was driving to the rim and collided with a defending Aron Baynes. Curry fell awkwardly on his left hand, made even worse when the 32-year-old center fell on him. A video of the play can be seen below.

In an update from Kerith Burke of @NBCSAuthentic, Curry will undergo a CT scan to determine if surgery will be needed per Warriors general manager Bob Myers. It is possible that his left hand may be placed in the cast instead. However, the real question now is how long will Curry sit out for the Dubs.

Curry was not the only one who was forced to leave against the Suns. Draymond Green also took a hit to the lower back and ended up grimacing. He also picked up a technical on the way out for complaining about a non-call.

Before Curry’s injury, head coach Steve Kerr already had problems dealing with a depleted lineup. With Curry expected to sit out, his bench has grown even shallower. Worse, he loses a big scoring option in Curry.

Moving forward, the Warriors are expected to explore options such as the free-agent market. Green should still be around but needs more help. D’Angelo Russell will need to step up big time, particularly on the offensive end.

As for free agency options, there are several players they can consider. There are names like Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith to consider, to NBA vets who love to score. As far as the rest of the season is concerned, in question will be the Dubs playoff push. Will they go for it or tank?

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Stephen Curry looks on during the NBA All-Star Game 2018 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, Feb. 18, 2018. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images