Jamal Murray left the Warriors' win over the Denver Nuggets on Monday with less than a minute remaining, appearing to be in considerable pain after a hard fall driving to the basket.
Murray appeared to sustain a non-contact injury, with his left knee buckling as he gathered for a layup in the lane. The Nuggets star had 17 points and four assists before exiting the game, his first since missing the last four games with right knee soreness.
Medical staff brought out a wheelchair for Murray, but he declined and was helped off by Denver personnel.
Michael Malone, the Nuggets' head coach, was visibly shaken after the game in discussing Murray's injury.
Murray will undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the injury, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported shortly after the game, citing league sources.
Here's hoping Murray avoided a serious injury.