Baron Davis had a gruesome injury on his right knee as the New York Knicks were facing elimination in a Game 4 match-up against the Miami Heat. Davis finished with two points in the game until he was escorted on a stretcher after his injury.

According to Al Iannazzone of New York Newsday, Davis suffered from a dislocated right patella. As you see in the video, it shows his kneecap basically moving all the way to the right. It's painful to watch.

Get better, Baron.

New York would end up winning the game, 89-87, as they face Miami again in Game 5, looking to be the first team to comeback and win a series from a 3-0 deficit.

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