Sixers' Danny Green Leaves Game With Knee Injury; Ruled OUT For Game 6

Philadelphia 76ers forward Danny Green exited Game 6 against the Miami Heat on Thursday after suffering an apparent left knee injury.

Sixers center Joel Embiid was driving baseline and accidentally landed on Green as he went for a layup.

Green's knee was caught between Embiid and Heat forward PJ Tucker when the Philly center gave some friendly fire. Early reports fear that Green suffered severe ligament damage.

The 34-year-old had to be assisted off the court, unable to place weight on his left knee.

Philadelphia's staff announced that Green was downgraded to OUT for the rest of Game 6 shortly after the injury.

OutKick's ProFootballDoc reacted to the footage and assessed that Green "will miss a lot more than the rest of this game."

Miami leads the series, 3-2, and is headed into the fourth quarter of Game 6 with momentum to close things out.

Stay tuned with OutKick as more details emerge on Green's injury.

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