The Golden State Warriors star left the game against the Phoenix Suns with a broken left hand, the team confirmed in a statement on Twitter early Thursday morning.
“Our entire family thanks you all for the love and support and PRAYERS for Stephen,” restaurateur Ayesha Curry wrote on Twitter regarding her basketball star husband.
“When the love surpasses life’s hurdles there is NOTHING you can’t overcome,” she continued. “We stand in our belief of impact over legacy. This is Gods way of showing him, you, I , us how to ‘trust the process.’”
Our entire family thanks you all for the love and support and PRAYERS for Stephen. When the love surpasses life’s hurdles there is NOTHING you can’t overcome. We stand in our belief of impact over legacy. This is Gods way of showing him, you, I , us how to “trust the process”.
— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) October 31, 2019
During the third quarter of Wednesday night’s game, in which the Warriors were trailing the Suns and ultimately lost 121-110, Stephen Curry collided with the Suns’ Aron Baynes as he drove to the basket.
Baynes appeared to fall hard on the point guard’s left arm as both players hit the ground. No further information on the two-time NBA MVP’s recovery time is known as of now.
In the meantime, well wishes for Stephen Curry from fans and other NBA players have continued to pour in on Twitter:
Brazil sends forces to you. We are praying for Curry
— Stephen Curry BR 🇧🇷 (@Curry30Brasil) October 31, 2019