Everyone visibly shaken from NBA star requiring stretcher following terrifying fall
It was clear that the foul committed by Vince Carter was awful from Steve Kerr's reaction.
There was a scary scene in the Golden State Warriors' clash against Sacramento Kings involving Vince Carter and Pat McCaw.
McCaw drove to the basket, nailed the lay-up but fell hard under the challenge of Carter. The Golden State Warriors landed straight on his back when he fell down to the Earth. When he hit the deck, McCaw began screaming and rolling around in agony.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr was visibly upset with Carter. In his eyes, the NBA veteran should have known better in that situation.
"God damn it! I'm not mad you. I'm mad at Vince. He knows better."
Vince Carter undercuts Patrick McCaw who hits the floor hard, Steve Kerr is upset at Vince, Vince is distraught pic.twitter.com/7GQE6kHSqo
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That was McCaw's last involvement in the game. Proceedings were brought to a halt for a full 10 minutes as he was attended to. He was eventually removed from the court on a stretcher. The franchise announced on Saturday that a chest X-ray and CT scan came back clear and that McCaw will undergo an MRI.
While McCaw was in pain on the ground, Carter looked visibly distraught over the consequences of his foul. Kerr calmed down enough to walk on the court and console him. He placed his arm on Carter's back as both of them watched McCaw receiving attention on the court.
Steve Kerr comforts an emotional Vince Carter after Pat McCaw's scary fall.
McCaw is being taken to the hospital for further evaluation. pic.twitter.com/Y4qZVFL0Ch
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