Sacramento Kings Guard Out For Season

The Sacramento Kings got blown out last Tuesday 128-75 at TD Garden Arena in Boston.  To add injury to insult, Kings guard Terence Davis suffered a wrist injury after taking a hard fall during the game.  It was revealed that Davis has an ECU tendon injury in his right wrist and that he would be out indefinitely.  Today, the team announced that Davis actually underwent surgery to correct the ailment and will be re-evaluated in three months.  

In a best-case scenario, that would mean that the undrafted guard would maybe return sometime during May.  The only problem with that is the NBA season ends April 10th, and the 18-34 Kings won't be anywhere near the playoffs.  In other words, Terence Davis' season is over, but at least he'll be healthy during the offseason when he can rehab his injury and come into training camp next season in tip-top shape.    

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