As the events unfolded, Anthony Davis was seen heading into the dressing room in a wheelchair. Check out His Concussion Protocol.

Anthony Davis : Wheel chair | Concussion protocol

Davis declared for the 2012 NBA draft alongside the rest of the national championship team starting five: fellow freshmen Kidd-Gilchrist and Teague, and sophomores Jones and Doron Lamb.

Anthony Davis : Wheel chair | Concussion protocol

At the 2012 NBA Draft Combine, Davis measured at 6 feet 9.25 inches (2.06 m), 221.8 pounds (100.6 kg) and had the second longest wingspan—7 feet 5.5 inches (2.27 m)—of any player participating.

On June 28, the New Orleans Hornets selected Davis with the first overall pick.

Davis became the fifth Chicago-area first overall selection following Cazzie Russell (1966), LaRue Martin (1972), Mark Aguirre (1981) and Derrick Rose (2008).

On July 24, 2012, Davis signed a three-year $16 million guaranteed contract with the Hornets as prescribed by the NBA’s collective bargaining agreement.

Wheel chair 

Anthony Davis has been the catalyst behind the surprising success the Los Angeles Lakers have enjoyed during the postseason.

After helping the Lakers sneak into the playoffs through the play-in round, he led the way with a dominant first-round series defensively against the Memphis Grizzlies, and his rim protection stifled the Golden State Warriors through most of the first four games of their second-round series.

In the fourth quarter of Game 5 on Wednesday, Davis was hit in the head by the forearm of Warriors big man Kevon Looney on a D’Angelo Russell layup attempt.

He left the game and immediately, and according to Haynes, needed to be escorted away in a wheelchair for further evaluation.

Lakers coach Darvin Ham was positive after the game, but did not offer any specifics. Also “He took a shot to the head,” Ham said. Also “He seems to be doing really good already. That’s where he’s at and the status of it right now.” 

“I believe he’ll play [Friday],” Lakers guard Austin Reaves said, via ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, who reported that Davis felt “woozy” but was not immediately diagnosed with a concussion:

Davis was initially evaluated on the Lakers’ bench by athletic trainer Jon Ishop before retreating to the back of the arena for further medical attention.

Davis was placed in a wheelchair and carted to a training room after feeling “woozy,” a source told ESPN. However, Davis was able to leave the arena at the end of the night walking to the team bus without any assistance.

ESPN also reported that Davis’ parents visited him in the training room, as did Lakers executive Rob Pelinka and Davis’ agent, Rich Paul.

Anthony davis Concussion protocol 

The Los Angeles Lakers appeared to get some good news Thursday regarding the health of Anthony Davis, one day after the big man’s concerning exit from Game 5 of their second round series against the Golden State Warriors.

Anthony Davis : Wheel chair | Concussion protocol

Davis is “feeling great” and is “not in the (concussion) protocol,” Lakers coach Darvin Ham said Thursday. Ham said the eight-time All-Star was “not showing any signs of anything” and that Davis will be probable for Game 6 in Los Angeles. The Lakers lead the defending champion Warriors 3-2.

Davis left Wednesday night’s game in the fourth quarter and did not return after he was hit in the head by the forearm of Golden State’s Kevon Looney. Also he was in obvious discomfort, grimacing and putting his hands to his head on the bench.

Also, according to TNT sideline reporter Chris Haynes on the broadcast, Davis was wobbly and was taken to the locker room in a wheelchair.

But Davis appears in line to go in Game 6. Ham said the Lakers’ medical staff “gave us a great update.”

“It’s huge,” Ham said. “He’s the centerpiece of what we’re trying to do on both sides of the ball, and for us just in general, our success rate. So that was great, great news.”

Davis had 23 points and nine rebounds before he was forced out of Game 5, which the Warriors won 121-106.

By Rishabh

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