BOSTON (AP) — Brooklyn Nets guard Jarrett Jack had to be helped off the court after injuring his right knee in Saturday’s game against the Boston Celtics.
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Jack was on a fast break when he crumbled to the ground and grabbed his leg in pain. A Nets’ trainer came over and the rest of his teammates surrounded him before he was helped to the locker room, without putting any weight on the leg.
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Earlier in the game, Jack got into a shouting match with Boston’s Jae Crowder after Boston forward Jared Sullinger had a hard foul on Brook Lopez. Jack and Crowder had to be separated and were both given technicals.
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