Mad Ants starting guard Chris Kramer is to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, and meet with doctors later in the day to determine the severity of a knee injury he suffered early in Saturday's NBA D-League game at Springfield, Mass.
Kramer, the former Huntington North and Purdue standout, played only 17 seconds before he slipped on a floor decal and had another leg lock up, according to coach Joey Meyer.
Kramer averages 9.2 points per game, and is one of the team's top defenders.
His status will not be determined until Tuesday afternoon.
The Mad Ants (4-2) defeated Maine and Springfield on their first road trip of the season. They will return to Memorial Coliseum for a Saturday (7:30 p.m.) and Sunday (5 p.m.) series against Texas.