The Golden State Warriors stand a good chance of keeping pace without Curry in the lineup.
As the Warriors await the results of Curry's MRI, teammate Kevin Durant didn't sound too concerned about Curry's setback. The two-time MVP strained the adductor muscle in his left leg and went to the locker room shortly thereafter.
The point guard was seen grabbing his inner thigh after trying to contest Eric Bledsoe's shot during the third quarter.
Things went south well before Curry headed to sidelines for good in the third quarter in the loss to the Bucks. Milwaukee ran off to as much as a 15-point lead in the second period and was up 96-69 with 3:41 left in the third when Curry went out.
Third-string point guard Quinn Cook didn't play a single minute in three of the first 11 games this season, even though primary backup Shaun Livingston was injured.
The Bucks entered the game leading the league in 3-point makes, averaging 15.6 per game.
Antetokounmpo, tou ted as Most Valuable Player material, added 24 points, nine rebounds and four assists.
Malcolm Brogdon scored 20 points as Milwaukee (9-2) won for the second straight time at Oracle Arena, including a 116-107 victory on March 29.
Klay Thompson was the Warriors highest scorer on the night with 24 points, Durant had 17 points and Curry shot 10 points.
In a fascinating month of Golden State basketball, the two-time defending champs have the best record in the league at 10-1 and the team is not showing signs of slowing down. "I thought they played exceptionally well defensively and we didn't execute well enough to generate any momentum and get our crowd into the game". Coach Steve Kerr said it doesn't appear to be significant. He will have to do that several times before Kerr is ready to put him back on the floor in a game.
"We had one last week and we're probably going to have one next week", he said. However, Kerr did rule Curry out of Saturday's game against the Brooklyn Nets.
"But regardless we have to continue to play hard every night and play on both ends".