Warriors point guard Stephen Curry sustained a mild right ankle sprain in practice Tuesday and will be a game-time decision Wednesday against the visiting New Orleans Hornets.

Curry has now sprained his right ankle five times since the preseason, causing him to miss eight games -- two the first week of the season and six in mid-December. He is averaging 18 points and 5.6 assists per game in January.

Curry walked off under his own power. He was walking around after practice, as well, in his sneakers and not a protective boot. No tests were done, but Curry received treatment and will test his ankle before Wednesday's game.

If Curry doesn't play, swingman Reggie Williams will likely get the start.