Stephen Curry stated the obvious over the weekend: He’s not going to be at full strength for a while.

Now it’s just a matter of whether Golden State Warriors’ star guard, who’s dealing with another ankle sprain, can stay on the court.

Curry told the Warriors on Sunday that he’d give them whatever he could in Game 4 of the team’s West semifinal vs. the San Antonio Spurs, but indicated it wouldn’t be 100 percent. He has received three injections of anti-inflammatory drugs to treat the sprain.

Curry ended up playing 39 minutes and scored 22 points in the Warriors’ 97-87 overtime victory. The series is tied 2-2 heading to San Antonio for Game 5 on Tuesday.

"As long as we can get to San Antonio in the same shape as I am right now, it should be good," Curry said Sunday, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

Warriors coach Mark Jackson on Monday was taking a wait-and-see approach.

"We'll just see how he feels. I haven't seen him, I have not spoken to him. But it's good to have all day (Monday) and all day (Tuesday) to recoup and recover," Jackson told the Mercury News. The Warriors did not practice prior to their flight to Texas.