Stephen Curry is "not optimistic" about being fit for the Golden State Warriors' game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Thursday after suffering a quad contusion.
Warriors superstar Curry did the thigh damage during a 99-82 loss at the hands of the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday.
The seven-time NBA All-Star was hobbling in the second half but spent 36 minutes on court as he scored 14 points, took nine rebounds and provided five assists.
Curry is not hopeful over his chances of facing the Pelicans at Smoothie King Center.
Asked about his injury, he told reporters: "Yeah, it sucked.
"The way it feels right now, I'm not optimistic [about playing in New Orleans], but we'll see."
Golden State head coach Steve Kerr is prepared for the prospect of being without key man Curry.
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Kerr said: "Yeah, there's a chance [Curry will miss out], He got a pretty good quad contusion and those generally get worse overnight.
"With a flight and everything, there's a chance he won't play tomorrow."
The Warriors remain top of the Western Conference on 29-8, a record the Phoenix Suns can also boast.