Ray Felton injury: Knicks point guard leaves with ankle injury

USA TODAY Sports

Felton turned his left ankle late in the third quarter of Game 2.

New York Knicks guard Raymond Felton turned his left ankle in the third quarter of Game 2 against the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.

With a minute left in the third quarter, Pacers guard George Hill controlled the ball. David West set a screen, and Felton came off the screen awkwardly. He bumped into Hill, who had stepped toward the basket at the top of the key, and Felton appeared to turn his left ankle trying to gain his footing and get back on the ball.

Felton hobbled around during the next dead ball with 55.6 seconds to play -- West was shooting free throws -- and Felton came out of the game. Jason Kidd replaced him.

On the previous possession, Felton had stolen the ball and thrown a transition alley-oop off the backboard to Kenyon Martin.

Felton's status to return is unclear. The Knicks led 72-66 at the end of the third quarter.

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