An MRI on Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving’s left knee revealed a fractured kneecap, and he will undergo season-ending surgery in the coming days, the team announced Friday.

Irving is projected to be out three to four months, the Cavaliers said. The surgery will be done at the Cleveland Clinic by head team physician Dr. Richard Parker.

Irving collapsed as he was driving to the basket with two minutes left in the Cavs’ 108-100 overtime loss to the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night, grabbing his troublesome left knee.

Initial tests done by the Cavs’ medical staff revealed no damage to the ACL or MCL, but an MRI on Friday revealed the fracture.

Irving did not speak to reporters Friday before having his left knee evaluated. Cavaliers coach David Blatt said he was informed that Irving was still on crutches when the star guard left the hotel Friday morning.

Kyrie Irving Has Fractured Kneecap, Out For NBA Finals