Programming note: To get you prepared for Game 4 tune to CSN Bay Area at noon PT for "SportsNet Central: Warriors Edition."
UPDATE: (11:57 A.M.) -- The Warriors announced that Stephen Curry will play and is in the starting lineup.
Announced starters: GSW - Barnes, Landry, Bogut, Thompson, Curry. SAS - Leonard, Duncan, Splitter, Green, Parker. #WarriorsTalk— Kyle Bonagura (@KyleBonagura) May 12, 2013
OAKLAND -- Warriors coach Mark Jackson said he would be "shocked" if guard Stephen Curry did not play in Game 4 against San Antonio due to a sprained left ankle.
"I have not seen him yet today, but I know he's in the building," Jackson said. "I'm sure if there was anything I needed to be aware of, I'd know it already."
Curry has gone through constant treatment since spraining his left ankle late in the fourth quarter of Game 3 on Friday.
Speaking to the media on Saturday, teammate Klay Thompson had no doubts about Curry's status for Sunday.
"He's playing. No question about it," Thompson said. "Dude won’t sit out for anything."
Through the first three games against the Spurs, Curry has averaged 27.3 points and 7.7 assists per game.