The San Antonio Spurs decided to sit some of their starters against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday. Kyle Anderson didn’t get to sit, however, and he could miss actual time with a knee injury.
Anderson got caught up under the basket while driving down the lane in the third quarter. After leaping and dumping a pass off down low, Anderson landed underneath two Thunder players.
The Oklahoma City defenders forced Anderson to land awkwardly, twisting his knee.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Anderson suffered an MCL strain. We don’t yet have an update on a timeline for his return if he ends up missing time.
Oklahoma City beat the Spurs, 90-87.