If you thought a dud of a game was bad, add an injury to the Pistons' starting point guard, Brandon Jennings.
Jennings went down with a little over a minute left in the third quarter while pressing the inbounds pass. He immediately grabbed the back of his left foot/ankle and was writhing in pain. The Bucks broadcast described him as flopping around, slapping the ground like a fish out of the water. Jennings was tended to by team trainers and had to be helped off the court, putting no pressure on the foot. A wheelchair waiting in the tunnel transported him the rest of the way.
I won't speculate what it might be, because everybody else is doing enough of that and I'm usually wrong, but it didn't look good.
Obviously, a serious injury would be a huge blow to the Pistons and really heart breaking for Jennings, because he just got his swag back.
Here's video below via Ben Golliver:
More in a minute when we find out what's up.
#Pistons calling it a left leg injury. Will undergo further evaluation.— Vincent Ellis (@Vincent_Ellis56) January 25, 2015