Patrick McCaw injury update: Warriors guard's X-ray reportedly comes back clear

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Patrick McCaw (Getty Pictures)

There’s some good news relating to Patrick McCaw’s scary injury.

The Warriors guard had a adverse X-ray of his chest, ESPN.com reported. He additionally regained feeling in his legs after they reportedly have been numb from his fall.

McCaw is scheduled to bear an MRI and CT scan later Sunday.

McCaw was going for the basket when Vince Carter of the Kings acquired beneath him as he was going up. This prompted McCaw to topple over and land onerous on the courtroom. He clearly was in ache and needed to be taken off the courtroom on a stretcher.

Members of each groups have been visibly upset, with Carter virtually in tears after the incident.

“I simply hope he is okay,” Carter informed reporters after the sport. “I play this recreation as a result of I adore it and luxuriate in it and never for that, to not see younger guys get harm. He has a shiny future and I hate to see it.”

It is the newest painful incident for the Warriors, who’ve handled accidents to Stephen Curry, Dramond Inexperienced and Klay Thompson over the previous few weeks.

It is unclear if McCaw will probably be prepared for the playoffs beginning mid-April.