Inadvertently getting undercut by Kings veteran Vince Carter, Patrick McCaw landed hard on the court and writher under the basket in pain near the tail end of the third quarter in Golden State's 112-96 win over Sacramento.
On the NBA's official website, it was reported that McCaw has a bruised lumbar spine, but X-rays, CT scan, and MRI results showed no serious damage or problems with his nervous system. The following scene was hard to digest, as McCaw rolled around on the floor in huge pain while everyone else watched on helpless, and the guard was eventually stretchered off the court and taken to the UC Davis Medical Center.
"It's terrifying. That's all we're thinking about", said Kerr, who did not want to talk about anything from the game itself. While McCaw was being attended to, players from both teams huddled together to pray for the second-year player.
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Kerr's initial anger quickly subsided, and he put an arm on Carter's back as they watched McCaw receive medical attention on the court.
Kerr later was seen with his hand on Carter's back to console him.
"I know Vince's spirit and his heart. I don't believe it was intentional at all", Durant noted. It was just an unfortunate play.
"He's a young guy", Carter said. Dan Beyer didn't think the play was in any way malicious by Vince Carter, although he probably could've made a smarter basketball decision. Freak accidents, things happen. A guy jumps and he didn't touch him much, but if you're as high as you can jump, you lose your balance easier. "I know that was tough on Vince".