Los Angeles Lakers star big man Anthony Davis tumbled to the floor during the team’s Friday game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Wolves forward Jaden McDaniels fell into Davis causing a knee injury that worried the star who collapsed in the tunnel on the way back to the locker room.


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“I just reached a point where it was tough to walk,” Davis said to ESPN. “I had to take a break. … I did hear something pop — and the first thing I thought of was [a major injury]. Which, I was emotional, I was just like everywhere. But like I said, thank God that it wasn’t that.”

Thankfully for Davis, he has just a sprain, which will put him on the shelf for four weeks.

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The Lakers played against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday who were just getting their lineup back intact after multiple COVID cancellations. The Lakers lost 115-110. The LAkers were without Dwight Howard, Talen Horton-Tucker, Austin Reaves, Avery Bradley, Kent Bazemore, and Malik Monk, who all are in health and safety protocols.