Anthony Davis Suffers Third Concussion Of Career

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Since point guard Rajon Rondo returned to New Orleans' starting lineup on November 15, the Pelicans' other starting guard, Jrue Holiday, has increased his production in more of an off-ball role with Rondo at the point. The Nuggets pushed lead back to 24 points by the late stages of the third quarter. That's because half of their star-studded frontcourt went down with a concussion.

Davis suffered a concussion, the third of his six-year career, after an inadvertent head butt from Nikola Jokic in the Pelicans' 146-114 defeat to the Denver Nuggets on Friday.

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Jokic was whistled for an offensive foul on the play, but no flagrant was given. A short time later, the team announced that Davis had suffered a concussion. There is no timetable for his return, he will enter the league's concussion protocol and need to be cleared by a league neurologist before he can return to the court.

Davis spent a couple of minutes on the ground after the play, his hands over his face, before going to the locker room. Not only will Davis have to pass through the protocol by being symptom free and clearing a number of tests, but the Pelicans will likely be extra cautious with their franchise player.

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