The Golden State Warriors fear that DeMarcus Cousins' All-Star Center may have suffered a torn left quadrilateral, but only at an MRI Investigation is safe On Tuesday, sources from the league reported to ESPN.
The best scenario could still be a tense quad, but there is evidence that cousin's contactless injury, which followed a loose ball in the 1
Cousins missed a full year with a torn left Achilles Achilles suffered in New Orleans a year ago. He signed a one-year contract with the Warriors, expecting a healthy return of the game to catapult him back into the free agent market this summer.
Cousins had shown steady progress and glimpses of the past even before the All-NBA self. The injury on Monday night could now turn up, but now he could face months of rehabilitation on the quad.
The injury occurred at 8:30 am in the first quarter after Cousins dropped a pass from Clippers striker Danilo Gallinari. When he tried to hunt the pass, Cousins fell to the ground before he could control the ball.
Cousins tried to get up and continue, but when he got up, he immediately called out the game.
The cousins then proceeded cautiously with medical team personnel to the dressing room of the warriors.  Nick Friedell of ESPN contributed to this report.