Allen Crabbe fell to the court in pain during the second quarter of the Portland Trail Blazers' Summer League playoff game versus the Minnesota Timberwolves. He did not get up after a commercial break, and the medics eventually called for a stretcher. He was carried to the stretcher and wheeled off the court.
His injury and status is currently unknown. He was seen holding his left leg or ankle area. According to the Columbian's Erik Gundersen, Crabbe's teammate Meyers Leonard left the court to join him in the locker room.
Prayers for my guy @allencrabbe .. He's had an unbelievable summer. Been working his tail off. Hope to see you back soon— Meyers Leonard (@MeyersLeonard11) July 16, 2015
The Blazers' Casey Holdahl reports that X-Rays were negative, and Crabbe will have an MRI tomorrow. He also confirmed this as a left ankle injury.
X-rays on Crabbe's ankle were negative. He'll have an MRI tomorrow.— Casey Holdahl (@CHold) July 16, 2015
This is the third significant Blazer injury in the past four Summer Leagues. In 2012, Nolan Smith suffered a concussion, and in 2014, Thomas Robinson suffered a tear of his thumb ligament.
We'll have more details, they become available. This post will update with new information as it arrives tonight.