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Anthony Davis injured his knee last night


During last night’s Hornets/Kings game, Anthony Davis went down with a knee injury in the fourth quarter and had to leave the game. Kings guard Marcus Thornton landed on Davis’ knee on a drive to the hoop, and Davis was able to walk off the court under his own power. Fortunately, the injury only seems to be a left knee sprain, but Davis will undergo an MRI in New Orleans this morning to make sure there isn’t anything more serious going on.

Up until that point, Davis had scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, his 21st double-double of the season. He’s already missed 15 games this season due to injury, but is still averaging 13.6 points, 8.1 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game.

Get well soon, big guy.

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7 Comments for Anthony Davis injured his knee last night

  1. Dusten
    11:32 am April 11, 2013 Permalink

    AD, no!!!!!

  2. Weights
    11:34 am April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Dude needs to eat read meat, take plenty of calcium and be all over the weight room like an abusive ex-husband and his wife this summer.

    11:36 am April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Does New Orleans pizza come with calcium pills as topping?

  4. Overreacting
    11:37 am April 11, 2013 Permalink


  5. DH
    11:41 am April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Did anybody else see the father pop his son in the back of the head during a commercial break for the Celtics/Nets game? Dad was trying to get the son to look at the camera and the son was being a little ish so the dad shrugs and rolls his eyes and popped the little dude in the back of the head! Not an abusive pop, just a quit-being-a-dick pop. It was damn funny. That is all. Get well soon AD.

    11:43 am April 11, 2013 Permalink

    so miller-davis-cousins-patterson-hayes all played in the same game last night and I didnt get to watch it… thats bologna

  7. playersfan
    12:17 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    These one year players are not physically ready for the physicality and strain of the NBA. If the NBA and NCAA don’t get it, and come up with a plan to draft them, but leave them in school for at least 2 years they should be sued. Canadian hockey had a similar problem, look how they solved it. It shouldn’t be all about the franchise bottom line, and it shouldn’t be about holding down rookie salaries, so the older fat cats can get salaries upward of 10,000,000.