HOUSTON (CBS) — Warriors guard Stephen Curry was injured during the second quarter during the second quarter of Game 4 of the Western Conference finals, but later returned to the game.

On a fast break, Curry trailed down the court and jumped in the air to contest a shot from Rockets forward Trevor Ariza, who was pump-faking under the basket. Curry connected with Ariza’s back and rolled over him, hitting his head on the court.

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Team trainers came on to the court to evaluate him. He was able to walk off of the court with some assistance.

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Curry suffered a head contusion from the fall, and his return for the game was questionable, but he returned to the court in the third quarter.

When he was injured at the 5:52 mark of the second quarter, Curry had scored 11 points.

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CBS Sports contributed to this report.