Pelicans' Anthony Davis suffers fracture in left hand

Anthony Davis is out with a hand fracture.  (USATSI)
Anthony Davis is out with a hand fracture. (USATSI)

Anthony Davis suffered a non-displaced fracture of his left hand Sunday night vs. the Knicks, the Pelicans announced. The Pelicans power forward had been having an All-Star-worthy season, averaging 20 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks per game for New Orleans.

He suffered the injury in the first quarter vs. the New York Knicks. After going to the locker room, X-rays confirmed the fracture and he returned to the bench with a heavy cast on his hand. 

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