Less than a month after he returned to the floor after missing 11 games with a partially dislocated left shoulder, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry will be sidelined again.

NBA insider Shams Charania took to Twitter on Sunday to report Curry is expected to miss “multiple weeks” with a left leg injury.

Hours later, Shams shed more light on Curry’s injury, revealing that the four-time Champion suffered “partial tears to his superior tibiofibular ligaments and interosseous membrane as well as a contusion in lower left leg.”

Curry left Saturday’s game against the Mavericks after colliding with Dallas guard Jaden Hardy in the third quarter. 

While speaking to reporters following Golden State’s win on Saturday, head coach Steve Kerr said, “Any time a guy gets an MRI, there’s a concern level. We’ll just have to wait and see the results. … This has happened many, many times over the years. So fingers crossed he’s OK.

Kerr maintained that, should Curry miss significant time due to an injury, the Warriors will “be ready, regardless,” he added. 

Meanwhile, Kerr told NBC Sports reporter Dalton Johnson that Curry’s MRI results “made him very happy.” “The first thing he said to me was, ‘The good thing is, I’m going to be back,’” Kerr told Johnson.

Curry is averaging 29.4 points, 6.3 rebounds and 6.4 assists per game this season, as the defending champion Warriors struggle to stay in the Western Conference playoff race.