(KHNL) - A player with the NBA's Golden State Warriors is hospitalized, and is said to be "immobilized" after a collision during a team practice Friday evening on the BYU-Hawaii Campus, where the team is holding camp.
According to ESPN ... Monta Ellis lay face down on the floor, motionless for more than 25 minutes after colliding with a teammate.
The 21-year old was reportedly taken to Castle Medical Center, although the hospital would not confirm that.
He was also said to be conscious.
Ellis averaged more than 16 points per game last year with the Warriors.
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