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Anthony Davis out with sprained MCL


Earlier today, we told you how Anthony Davis went down in last night’s game against Sacramento with a sprained knee. After an MRI this morning, doctors determined it was a sprained MCL and bone bruise with no structural damage. Davis will have to miss the Hornets’ final three games of the season.

Get well soon, Brow.

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11 Comments for Anthony Davis out with sprained MCL

  1. Jus Sayin
    8:29 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Grew too fast. Those types are usually injury prone. Terrance Jones better watch out too.

  2. Rixter
    8:35 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    That’s a good point # 1…. hopefully, there is something he can do in the future to combat that issue

  3. BA
    8:43 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Hate to see that…better start shoppin for a brace bro.

  4. Dr. Funke
    8:44 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    AD led all rookies in rebounds blocks and steals and had 20 double doubles (next closest had 9). Does he win rookie of the year?

  5. joecrawfordsfoot
    8:49 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Know this is random, but I just finished watching tubby’s press conference accepting the Texas tech job. A reporter asked him about possible assistants and he replied that he wasn’t realty worried about it, that he had former players who are assistants up in new York area and in Georgia. Scott padgett is an asisstant at Sanford in Georgia. Maybe I’m reading to much into it. Just thought it was neat thought of a former UK great moving up in the business. Any thoughts?

  6. Catlogic15
    8:51 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Boy, how lucky were WE last year on the injury front. AD too! #1 Pick.


  7. squirre
    9:01 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    what the hell is andrew “i don’t want attention” wiggins waiting on? ridiculous

  8. mudcreekmark
    9:32 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    Maybe Davis should wear knee braces as a preventative measure from now on. I don’t know how much that would help, but it couldn’t hurt.I think number one is right, if you grow that fast it probably does leave problems behind with the bones and joints.

  9. RealCatsFan
    10:57 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    6, when he went down in that Baylor game and was laying on the floor grabbing his knee, I saw out season going up in smoke. Hope the Cats paid their injury dues for a while last year, and hope A.D. heals up fast. Hit the squat rack and the leg extensions in the off-season, young man. Strengthen those leg muscles as much as possible. When you have limbs as long as his, the leverage exerts much more force on the joints than it does for a shorter person.

  10. Merlin's
    11:19 pm April 11, 2013 Permalink

    He shouldn’t have been standin’ there

  11. BNClay
    11:24 am April 12, 2013 Permalink

    4) Damian Lillard is winning Rookie of the Year and it isn’t close. If AD had played the whole season maybe it would be.