SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Golden State Warriors guard Patrick McCaw was taken away on a stretcher after he fell hard to the floor following a foul by Sacramento’s Vince Carter during a 112-96 Golden State win Saturday night.
Preliminary tests show McCaw has no structural damage or problems with his nervous system following the fall. He is expected to be released from the hospital on Sunday.
Golden State announced that X-rays, a CT scan and an MRI “were all clear.” McCaw is scheduled to be re-examined by a specialist on Thursday and his injury – aside from anything related to the impact of the fall – will be listed as a bruised lumbar spine.
Patrick McCaw Update: Preliminary X-ray, CT scan and MRI exams were all clear and, additionally, preliminary reviews indicate no structural injury or neural disruption. He is expected to be released later today and will undergo a follow-up review with a Specialist on Thursday.
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) April 1, 2018
“I just hope he’s OK,” a visibly distraught Carter said after McCaw fell. “I play this game because I love it and enjoy it, not to see young guys get hurt. He has a bright future. You can tell me whatever, it was an accident. … I don’t like to see him sitting there in
Article source: http://www.nba.com/article/2018/04/01/golden-state-warriors-guard-patrick-mccaw-wheeled-stretcher-after-scary
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