Tim Duncan goes down with knee injury, doesn’t appear serious
During the second quarter of the San Antonio Spurs’ game with the Golden State Warriors, Tim Duncan went down with what looked like an apparent knee injury.
Duncan set a pick for Tony Parker and might have had his left knee clipped. He continued to play and at one point went up for a rebound, but didn’t get up very far and went down to the ground holding his knee, the one with the huge brace. After being down for a minute or so, Duncan got up under his own power and limped to the bench.
After being looked at by trainer Will Sevening, Duncan walked to the locker room to get checked out. He appeared to be walking better.
Duncan did return to warm up for the second half so it appears to be a minor scare.
[Update:] Duncan started the second half for the Spurs, though did appear to play with a slight limp.
DON’T DO THAT TO US TIM!