Warriors point guard Stephen Curry won't be headed to Orlando. He is skipping the All-Star Weekend festivities, including Saturday's Skills Challenge, to rest his ailing right foot, which he injured in Wednesday's win at Phoenix.

Curry's agent Lance Young said the decision was much more precautionary and the strained tendon in his foot has nothing to do with the right ankle that's already cost Curry nine games.

"Doctors told him he needs to stay off it as much as possible," Young said in a phone interview Thursday. "He feels like it will be fine in three or four days. He's very optimistic he will play in Indianapolis."

Golden State's next game is Tuesday at Indiana. The Warriors (13-17) won't reconvene until Monday evening's practice. The plan is for Curry, officially listed as day-to-day, to take advantage of all that time to get his foot right.

Curry won't just be missing the Skills Challenge, for which he is the defending champ. He had a full slate at All-Star Weekend -- appearances, media interviews, league events. He was set to play in a celebrity golf tournament put on by TNT and was going to do work for NBA Cares.