Injury Scare for Pacers Domantas Sabonis

The Indiana Pacers received a scare in Monday night's game versus the Toronto Raptors, as their All-World big man Domantas Sabonis exited the contest after playing only 11 minutes. The injury occurred on a harmless looking drive to the basket by Kyle Lowry, as the two players bumped knees. Check out the clip below, where you can see Sabonis flexing and working on his leg during free throws by Lowry. 
He was later ruled out of the game for good... 
Following the game, he was cleared of any serious structural damage, as per sources at ESPN. 
Sabonis is off to an excellent start this year, averaging career highs across the board: 20.9 ppg, 12.9 rpg & 5.8 apg while playing a league-leading 38.4 mpg. Prior to Monday's game, he had a double-double in 15 straight games to start the season. 

The Pacers went on to beat the Raptors 129-114 behind another huge performance from Malcolm Brogdan, who led Indiana with 36 points, 7 rebounds & 9 assists on 10/17 FG shooting, while making 13/14 from the free throw line. 

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