William Perlman/The Star-LedgerBaron Davis suffered a gruesome injury to his right knee in the third quarter of the Knicks Game 4 win over the Miami Heat. It was originally thought to be a dislocated patella tendon, but Monday’s MRI revealed a torn ACL and MCL. He’ll have surgery later this week and rehab will take approximately 12 months. What was once thought to be a dislocated patella tendon has turned outto be even worse for Knicks point guard Baron Davis. The 33-year-old veteranwent down in the third quarter of Sunday’s 89-87 Game 4 win over the Miami Heatand subsequently had an MRI on Monday that revealed a torn right ACL and MCL inaddition to a partially torn patella tendon, the team announced in a statement. Davis will have surgery later this week and his recovery time will beapproximately 12 months. This probably marks the end of Davis’ career, but there has been noannouncement on any decision. “The one thing he did say was, ‘Man, hey, I tried to give you allI could,’” Knicks interim coach Mike Woodson said. “And I have a great deal ofrespect for players that work for me and work for the organization and try todo the best they can to help us win ballgames.” Davis signed with the Knicks after he was waived with the amnesty clause by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Because of conditioning and back issues, Davis didn’t make his Knicks debut until Feb. 20th and immediately found himself playing behind breakout star Jeremy Lin. Lin would go on to tear the meniscus in his left knee, which allowed Davis to move into the starting lineup for the remainder of the season. Davis finished the season averaging 6.1 points and 4.7 assists in 20.8 minutes per game, which are his lowest marks since his rookie season with the Charlotte Hornets. Davis has averaged 16.1 points, 7.2 assists and 1.8 steals per game over his career. Coach Mike Woodson is not counting on Lin to return from April 2ndknee surgery to play in Game 5 and said that he currently has veteran Mike Bibby slated to start against the Heat.