NEW ORLEANS -- There's good news and bad news on Hornets forward Anthony Davis's knee injury.
The bad news: He's done for the year and will not play in the Hornets final three games. The good news: Davis has no structural damage to his knee, so he'll be line for training camp.
It happened in the fourth quarter of Wednesday night's loss to Sacramento.
Davis went down in pain after picking up a charge.
He has a sprained medial collateral ligament and a bone bruise, but nothing serious.
The Davis-less Hornets host the Clippers Friday night at the Arena.