Forward Jabari Parker tried to get up immediately after falling to the floor with pain in his left knee.
But Parker stayed down, even with teammates trying to help. The way the leg buckled without contact, coupled with the grimace on Parker's face, made it clear that this was much more than a minor injury the Milwaukee Bucks star could brush off.
Parker suffered a season-ending left knee injury for the second time in three years, the Bucks said Thursday. An MRI confirmed the team's worst fears after Parker got hurt with 6:34 left in the third quarter of Wednesday night's home loss to Miami.
"He tore his ACL again. He'll have surgery here coming up," coach...