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NEW YORK- The New York Knicks avoided the sweep by defeating the Miami Heat in a highly contested Game 4 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series.
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Knicks guard Baron Davis was carted off the court on a stretcher with what appeared to be a severe knee injury in the third quarter Sunday against the Miami Heat.
Davis was driving up the court for a potential go-ahead basket when his right leg buckled and he fell to the court with 5:15 left. Concerned teammates quickly waved for help as Davis remained on the court.
This is pretty gross.
Baron Davis dislocated his knee during yesterday's Knicks - Heat playoff matchup. It's a shame that a guy so talented has suffered so many injuries throughout his career. Davis will not play for the remainder of this series and it remains to be seen what this means for the rest of his career.
Video of the gruesome injury is below.
Baron Davis has torn the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his right knee, a potentially career-threatening injury for the Knicks' 33-year-old point guard.
The Knicks said Davis will have surgery this week and is expected to be out a year after an MRI on Monday also revealed a partial tear of the patella tendon.
Davis was hurt Sunday in the Knicks' 89...
New York Knicks guard Baron Davis injured his right knee during the Game 4 victory over the Miami Heat on Sunday and had to be taken off the floor in a cart. The injury was diagnosed a dislocated patella (knee cap), ESPN's Lisa Salters reported. Davis is scheduled to be examined further on Monday to determine whether there is any tructural damage. Davis, who was in the...
The injuries keep adding up for the Knicks. At least this one was on the court. Baron Davis was taken off the court of New York's Game 4 matchup against the Miami Heat after dislocating his knee during the third quarter on Saturday. Davis crumpled to the ground after planting on his left leg, his knee buckling under him. The Knicks are already short-staffed, with point guard...
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In what ended up being the most gruesome knee injury this side of Shaun Livingston, Baron Davis will miss 12 full months after tearing three tendons in his right knee.
An MRI on Monday revealed that New York Knicks point guard Baron Davis has suffered a partial tear of the patella tendon in his right knee and complete tears of the right anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments...
The New York Knicks' Baron Davis suffered a gruesome knee injury in the third quarter, which caused all eyes to turn to Jeremy Lin after the game. Lin is at the five-week mark since he had arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. He is currently a week shy of the anticipated timeframe for his return. Lin has been practicing and playing full-court scrimmages...
Knicks guard Baron Davis was carted off the court on a stretcher
with what appeared to be a severe knee injury in the third quarter
Sunday against the Miami Heat.
Veteran New York Knicks guard Baron Davis may have played his final game in the Association on Sunday, as the “New York Post” has reported that he underwent such extensive damage to his right knee during the third quarter of the Knicks win over the Miami Heat, that he will be out for all of next season.
The veteran will have surgery on his knee performed this week, as he suffered...
Amare Stoudemire will start for the New York Knicks in Game 4 of
their series against Miami, six days after cutting his hand
punching a fire extinguisher case.
Two powers in the East went into Sunday's game weakened by injuries and facing must-win games. The one team that really had to win -- the New York Knicks -- staved off elimination despite losing point guard Baron Davis. The other team, which would have preferred to win -- the Chicago Bulls -- played shorthanded and fell behind in its series 3-1. Here are the recaps from the games...