Sources: Spurs' Anderson likely strained MCL

From ESPN - December 3, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY -- San Antonio Spurs forward Kyle Anderson likely sustained an MCL strain to his left knee on Sunday night, league sources told ESPN.

Anderson will undergo an MRI on Monday for further clarity on the injury and a timetable for return.

Making a start at power forward in place of LaMarcus Aldridge (rest), Kyle Anderson left late in the third quarter and did not return after going down with a noncontact knee injury.

The San Antonio Spurs said Anderson, 24, has a left medial knee sprain. Anderson underwent X-rays at the arena, a standard procedure, and they came back negative.


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