Warriors' Stephen Curry questionable against Hawks

Legler in favor of Curry resting injured ankle (0:47)

Tim Legler explains why it's beneficial for Steph Curry to rest his injured ankle as the Warriors prepare for another title push. (0:47)

Stephen Curry did not practice Monday because of an ankle injury and is listed as questionable for the Golden State Warriors' game on Tuesday against the Atlanta Hawks.

Coach Steve Kerr said Monday that Curry's ankle was "a little sore."

The Warriors' star point guard rolled his ankle in Saturday night's 121-118 overtime victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, a game in which he finished with 46 points and won the game with a 3-pointer from 30 feet. The game winner was his 12th 3-pointer of the game, which tied the NBA single-game record.

"We're not going to do anything crazy, obviously. We'll err on the side of caution. But if he's healthy enough to go, we'll play him," Kerr said.

Curry said he will play as long as he doesn't risk making the injury worse by taking the court.

"If I'm able to play, I can help the team and [not] put myself in jeopardy of making this thing more than it should be, then I'll play," he said.

ESPN's Ethan Sherwood Strauss contributed to this report.