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Anthony Davis, Hornets hopeful knee injury is not serious

Hornets forward Anthony Davis left the game against the Kings in the fourth quarter with a sprained left knee.

Anthony Davis Knee Injury - photo by Rich Pedroncelli | AP

Knee Injury – photo by Rich Pedroncelli | AP

When it comes to this season and the injuries that have put a cloud over it, the worst-case scenario has, for the most part, been the one that always seems to win out.  It's the player, and the fans of course, who lose big in the process.

Golden State's Brandon Rush, Boston's Rajon Rondo, Atlanta's Lou Williams and Denver's Danilo Gallinari were the newest members of the torn ACL club, with Minnesota's Ricky Rubio returning from the one he suffered last season and Chicago's Derrick Rose still working his way back.

So as New Orleans' Anthony Davis lie there on the Sleep Train Arena floor midway through the fourth quarter on Wednesday night, rocking back and forth with that look of agony while clutching his left knee, it was only natural to assume the worst.

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On This Day In UK Basketball History

On February 27, 1956, Kentucky scored 143 points against Georgia for the most points ever scored by a Kentucky team in a single game.


On February 27, 1956, Kentucky made 60 field goals against Georgia for the most field goals ever made in a single game by a Kentucky team.


On February 27, 2016, freshman Jamal Murray scored 33 points at Vanderbilt.


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