Anthony Davis Suffers Pelvis Injury, Ruled Out of Monday's Game

New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis drives past San Antonio Spurs forward Rudy Gay during the game between San Antonio Spurs and the New Orleans Pelicans at the Smoothie King Center on Wednesday

"He's going to play the same amount of minutes". The Warriors are scoring 118.21 points per contest on average (1st in the NBA), while they are allowing 106.83 points in return (17th in the NBA).

The New Orleans Pelicans were supposed to give an update on Anthony Davis' left pelvis injury on Sunday, but it seemed that fans would have to hold their collective breath a little longer because there's still no word on how long he would be out.

For a second straight game, New Orleans (12-11) will have to knock off a quality Western Conference opponent while playing without one of its two perennial All-Stars. The New Orleans Pelicans are shooting 35.8 percent from beyond the arc and 75.5 percent from the free throw line.

Davis is averaging 25.2 points, 11.0 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game and appears well on his way to another All-Star nod and his third All-NBA first-team selection. DeMarcus Cousins led the Pelicans with 38 points (14-28 FG, 2-7 3PT, 8-13 FT) and eight rebounds, E'Twaun Moore scored 19 points, while Jrue Holiday added 17 points, seven assists, and five boards.

Davis has missed plenty of time throughout his career with a multitude of injuries.

Anthony Davis rarely gets angry enough to warrant even a quick technical foul. If he misses any significant amount of time, it would be an bad blow for a New Orleans Pelicans team that is now the seventh seed in the Western Conference. The Warriors are 2-6 ATS in the last 8 meetings in New Orleans, the home team is 4-0 ATS in the last 4 meetings and the over is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings.

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