Michigan basketball pre-basket Caris Levert suffered a significant injury in the leg on Monday.

Levert, a third year player, had a break season with Brooklyn Goods, fell on his right leg after striving back in the transition and turned to defend a shot against Minnesota Timberwolves in Minneapolis.

The injury occurred with 3.7 seconds to the left in the first half. He was responsive and seated as he talked to coaches, and he was pulled off the court on extending, with Towel has drained over his head.

Caris LeVert tends to get the injury during the second quarter of Monday. (Photo: Hannah Foslien, AP)

Levert, 24, played the game for an average of 19 points, 4.2 recovered and 3.7 assistants in 13 games this season. He played four seasons for trainer John Beilein in Michigan, despite having lost parts of the last two seasons in Michigan with injuries on foot.

He was the 20th general choice in the Draft NBA 2016.

Update From the Nets at 9:35 pm.: "Caris LeVert suffered a real injury injury and is taken to a local hospital where he will get a full appraisal. Further updates will be announced as on get. "

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