Sixers guard Seth Curry was forced to leave the Sixers/Wizards game two playoff game on Wednesday night after suffering a sprained left ankle in the third quarter and is questionable to return.

The guard returned to the floor, with his ankle wrapped, but he does not look like he will return to the game. He had nine points, three assists and a 3-pointer before leaving with the injury.

The Sixers will play in Washington for Game 3 on Saturday at 7 p.m. (listen on 97.3 ESPN), which means Curry will have Thursday and Friday to rest his sore ankle.

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