The 2012 NBA Playoffs have seen lots of serious injuries so far, but the one Baron Davis suffered in the third quarter of Game 4 of the New York Knicks' first-round series against the Miami Heat may be the worst of all. The Knicks' point guard went down in a heap clutching his right knee after tripping on a fast break, and he was carried out on a stretcher.
Here's a replay of the injury, if you feel the need to watch.
Davis had become the team's starting point guard after Jeremy Lin suffered a season-ending injury in April. The veteran was acquired by the Knicks after being waived by the Cleveland Cavaliers through the Amnesty Clause.
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