Anthony Davis took another scary tumble to the ground during the first half of Game 4 against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, grabbing at his groin and not starting the second half for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Davis is already dealing with a knee injury he suffered in Game 3, which the team officially dubbed as a “knee sprain” on the injury report. He’s also coming back from injuries to his left Achilles and calf.
The injury happened with less than a minute left in the half, so Davis stayed in the game. However, he didn’t look right, barely moving up and down the court on the final possessions. He slowly made his way back to the locker room at the half.