Report: After injuring his ACL, Davis Bertans heading to San Antonio

As Project Spurs reported, Partizan forward Davis Bertans suffered a right knee injury in a game versus Crvena Zvezda in the Serbian League Finals. It was a non-contact injury to his right knee and he was on the court in considerable pain.
 
An MRI was done and results were Bertans did sustain a tear his ACL in his right knee and he is now on his way to San Antonio to speak with the Spurs before having surgery to repair his injured ACL according to Slovenian site Kosrka.si.

Obviously, the Spurs want to speak with their foreign asset before he under goes the procedure. They want to make sure he is going to receive the best treatment to ensure he will be back stronger than ever.

Bertans will likely miss the Eurobasket tournament this summer for Latvia in Slovenia and could could miss the entire 2013-14 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Regular Season. This also ends any chance he could have played for the San Antonio Spurs at this summer's NBA Summer League.

Bertans was drafted by the Pacers in the 2011 NBA draft but was traded to the San Antonio Spurs as part of the deal that sent Kawhi Leonard to the Spurs in exchange for George Hill.

Check out the video of Bertans' injury.

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