Bodies were flying and all over the floor as players scrambled for a loose ball with just a couple of minutes left in a close game between Charlotte and Milwaukee Friday night. It’s the kind of play that happens in a lot of games.
Except in this one Giannis Antetokounmpo ended up on top of Kemba Walker‘s head and neck, injuring him.
Walker had to leave the game, and was later diagnosed with a mild neck strain.
Fortunately, it wasn’t more serious for the All-Star starter.
The Bucks went on to win 108-99, taking over the fourth quarter with their small lineup that has Antetokounmpo at the five.