MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Zach LaVine thought he had walked it off.
After crashing to the court in a collision with Andre Drummond, LaVine clutched his left knee and felt some discomfort. But then he got up and walked gingerly down the court, believing that he would be back to normal in no time.
"You guys have seen me land like that hundreds of times," LaVine said on Wednesday in his first public comments since he tore the ACL in his left knee against Detroit on Feb. 3. "When I went back and looked at my reaction, I felt like I sprained my knee or jammed my knee a little bit. Just got up and walked away. I felt fine."