Denver’s Danilo Gallinari’s season most likely over with a torn ACL

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| April 5th, 2013 | 5,362 Views

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It’s not official that Danilo’s season is over with after last night’s knee injury during the first half of the Nuggest/Mavs game, but with two torn acls, my knees are telling me that Gallinari’s torn acl in his left knee is serious enough to end his season.

George Karl was a little more optimistic saying, “I can’t deny, it didn’t look good. I usually look at the player’s face. He was scared. But I’ve had ones look bad and [the MRI] turned out to be OK. Nene went down a couple of years ago and it was just a sprain.”

We will find out later today if he has the same luck as Nene.

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