By Eurohoops Team/ email@example.com
CSKA Moscow forward Will Clyburn was forced to exit the Round 4 EuroLeague game of his team against Alba Berlin in the mid of the second quarter after suffering what appears to be a rather scary knee injury.
With less than four minutes remaining in the first half, Clyburn ran in transition and, while dribbling, lost the ball and his footing to fall on Alba guard Peyton Siva, hurting himself. The CSKA player dropped on the floor and immediately caught his knee, being in visible pain.
Clyburn left the court limping, with the help of the CSKA staff. The Russian club later confirmed via Twitter that the player suffered a “possibly serious knee injury” and will undergo tests in Moscow.