Non-contact injuries are the scariest.
That’s what Brooklyn’s Jarrett Jack suffered Saturday. He was on a 2-on-1 fast break in the third quarter in Boston, got the ball, and you can see his right knee just kind of buckled, his left foot kind of slips and he goes to the ground in pain. He did not return to the game, and the Nets officially called it a sprain, but there will be more examinations Sunday when we will find out the full extent of the injury.
Jack posted on Instagram and thanked his fans — and sounded concerned.