On Wednesday night, in the third quarter of the Bucks-Heat game, forward Jabari Parker was helped off the court after what the Bucks are saying is a left knee sprain.

The injury, of course, could be much worse like it was back in 2014. This injury was on the same knee that he rehabbed for so long and does not look good. Teammates said after the game that Parker told him he hyperextended his knee. Parker will have an MRI tomorrow to determine the severity of the injury.

Parker, who has played in all 51 of Milwaukee’s games this season and started 50 of them, is averaging a career-high 20.2 points per game, to go along with 6.3 rebounds and 2.8 assists a night – both also career highs.

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