Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will have an MRI on Friday after injuring his left adductor against the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night.

The injury seemed to have occurred during the third quarter when the Warriors were 80-64 down as Curry was in discomfort after attempting to contest a lob from Eric Bledsoe.

He continued playing for the remainder of the third quarter before not returning for the fourth quarter. It marked an average display of 10 points with 5-of-14 shooting that included 0-of-4 from 3-point range as the Warriors were eventually blown out 134-111 at home to take their record to 10-2.

The 30-year-old did not speak to the media afterward but was said to be "relaxed as he sat by his stall" with head coach Steve Kerr having no information on his injury.

Kevin Durant, however, who finished the game with 17 points and nine assists, believes Curry is doing well and hopes things remain that way.

“He seemed good to me,” Warriors forward Kevin Durant said, as quoted on Mercury News. “I have to talk to him tomorrow and see how he’s doing. But hopefully he’s doing well.”

It is not known whether Curry's MRI will be before or after Golden State's practice session on Friday.

Should he be unavailable for the Warriors' next game against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday, he will join an injury list that already includes Draymond Green, DeMarcus Cousins and Shaun Livingston.

Green missed the Bucks game with a sprained right toe and foot while Cousins is still recovering from a torn Achilles tendon injury he suffered earlier this year.

Livingston meanwhile, missed his sixth consecutive game with a right sore foot.

As for the Bucks, they continued their red-hot start to the season with their biggest win yet to take them to 9-2.

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 24 points and nine rebounds while Bledsoe scored a game-high 26 points to go along with his four rebounds and six assists.

They will face the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday next as they only trail the Toronto Raptors (11-1) in the Eastern Conference.