INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WANE) – Indiana basketball player Devin Davis, Jr. was released from an Indianapolis hospital on Wednesday morning as he continues to recover from an accident involving a teammate.
Davis was struck by a car driven by teammate Emmitt Holt in the early morning hours of November 1. Davis suffered what Indiana head coach Tom Crean has described multiple times as a “tramatic brain injury.” Bloomington police faulted Davis in the accident, stating that alcohol was involved.
“He’s still in a long haul, and I think everybody needs to understand it,” Crean said at a press conference on Wednesday. “What that long haul means, I’m not sure the experts know.”
Davis, an Indianapolis native, will now be treated as an outpatient and will stay in Indianapolis with his family during the rehab process.
Crean gave no timetable for Davis’ return to the basketball court.
IU hosts SMU on Thursday night at 8 p.m.