As the Golden State Warriors look to take a 2-0 series lead over the Houston Rockets tonight, point guard Stephen Curry has been officially listed as questionable to play in the second game of the series due to an ankle injury that he suffered during Game One. If he cannot go, Shaun Livingston will take his spot.

This could be a big blow to a Warriors team that seems to thrive and get by on the gravity that Curry brings to the court. His raw scoring and shot-making ability is something that cannot be replaced on Golden State. While Livingston is a good point guard in his own right, he’s definitely no Curry.

According to Ethan Sherwood Strauss of ESPN, Curry did not participate in shoot-around and is continuing to get treatment:

Hopefully, this injury is nothing more than a tweak that Curry can either take a game off and rest from, or maybe he can play through it and give us all a wonderful performance after playing just 20 minutes in the opening game of the series. Curry dominated those 20 minutes, and Golden State could use that dominance again.

Game Two between the Warriors and Rockets will be tonight at 7:30 PM. The game will be broadcasted on TNT. Golden State is looking to defend the NBA Championship they won last season and ultimately win back-to-back championships but anytime you’re without Curry, that road to a second title gets a whole lot tougher.