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Rod Zundel reportingTense moments filled the Delta Center tonight after a key player for the Utah Jazz went down, and left the floor on a stretcher.
Our hearts skipped a beat in the third quarter of the Jazz-Bucks game.
DeShawn Stevenson jammed his neck as he ran into teammate Matt Harpring.
DeShawn went down and did not move for about five minutes. He was taken off the court on a stretcher, loaded into an ambulance, and taken to the hospital.
We received word later Friday night that he has feeling in all of his limbs, and he is still in the hospital undergoing tests. But it looks like DeShawn will be okay.