Warriors point guard Stephen Curry did not practice Tuesday because of his sprained right ankle and has been listed as day to day. Results of an MRI exam Tuesday confirmed the original diagnosis of a sprain, according a Warriors news release. Curry, who could play in Wednesday night's home game against the New York Knicks, aggravated the surgically repaired ankle midway through the fourth quarter of Monday night's 99-91 victory over the Chicago Bulls. He did not return to the game, but X-rays taken after the game were negative, the team announced. If Curry sits out Wednesday's game, he would have four days of rest and treatment since Golden State doesn't play again until Saturday against visiting Philadelphia. Curry sprained his right ankle four times last season, forcing him to miss eight games. He had surgery in May in Charlotte, N.C., to repair two torn ligaments. After four months of rehab, he was cleared for full activity in September. But he sprained the ankle again Dec. 20 in the exhibition finale at Sacramento.