The Milwaukee Bucks rallied for a thrilling 96-94 victory over the Suns on Khris Middleton's three-pointer at the buzzer Monday night in Phoenix.
The victory, however, was marred when rookie forward Jabari Parker, the No. 2 overall pick in the June draft, crumpled to the floor with a left knee injury and had to be carried to the locker room.
Parker was carried off the floor by teammates Zaza Pachulia and Johnny O'Bryant after concerned teammates gathered around him. The injury occurred with 10 minutes, 54 seconds left in the third quarter as Parker drove in transition. His knee buckled before contact with Suns forward P.J. Tucker and a double foul was called on the play.
The Bucks termed the injury a sprained left knee. More tests will be performed to determine the extent of the injury.
Pacers 110, Lakers 91 - Rodney Stuckey got his second consecutive double-double, scoring 20 points and grabbing 10 rebounds to lead Indiana over visiting Los Angeles.
The Lakers made 3 of 20 shots, shooting 15 percent in the first quarter, when Indiana pulled away. The Pacers led by 34-15 at the end of the quarter. Los Angeles scored eight of its 15 points in the first quarter from the foul line. Indiana stretched its lead to 33 at halftime, 60-27.
Raptors 95, Magic 82 - Lou Williams scored 18 points, Kyle Lowry had 17 and host Toronto won its 10th straight game, beating Orlando.