Pat McCaw falls hard after Vince Carter flagrant foul, leaves Warriors’ game...

Pat McCaw falls hard after Vince Carter flagrant foul, leaves Warriors’ game on stretcher

Golden State guard Patrick McCaw left on a stretcher late in the third quarter of the Warriors' 112-96 win over the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night after a terrifying thud to the floor following an undercut by Vince Carter that appeared unintentional.

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Golden State guard Patrick McCaw left on a stretcher late in the third quarter of the Warriors’ 112-96 win over the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night after a terrifying thud to the floor following an undercut by Vince Carter that appeared unintentional.

. He will undergo an MRI and a chest X-ray has already come back clear.

The Guard drove the baseline and went down with a thud at the 41.8-second mark of the third quarter, hit in the lower body by Carter. McCaw lay still and in agony for about 10 minutes as the crowd quieted. Carter, who was given a Flagrant-1 foul, knelt nearby and vas clearly upset as medical personnel from both teams along with Warriors coach Steve Kerr rushed out to the baseline beneath Golden State’s basket.

Keer took out his frustrations on Carter at one point.

As the star was huddled near Kigns teammates, Keer was heard yelling at Carter. When one of his teammates asked Keer what was wrong, the coach reportedly responded, “I’m not mad at you, I’m mad at Vince.”

Afterwards, Kerr said he knows Carter “felt terrible” about the situation. He was also seen consoling an emotional Carter.

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