Philadelphia 76ers big man Joel Embiid had to leave their Tuesday showdown against the Golden State Warriors once again after another concerning injury.

Late in the fourth quarter of the game, Warriors forward Jonathan Kuminga accidentally crashed on Embiid's leg while the Sixers big man was down on the floor after trying to recover the loose ball. Kuminga was battling the reigning MVP for possession, but he accidentally slipped and fell hard on Embiid's left knee.

The Sixers center then headed to the locker room after the incident.

For what it's worth, it's the second time on the night that Joel Embiid had an injury scare. In the second quarter, he also fell hard on the floor after Draymond Green collided with him in an attempt to maintain possession of the ball.

Embiid was able to stay in the contest despite being shaken up after the incident. However, it's not too long after that when the seven-time All-Star had to leave because of his knee injury. To recall, Embiid had missed their previous two games prior to the Tuesday showdown because of a left knee ailment.

With that said, Kuminga crashing on Embiid's left knee is definitely concerning. JoJo was able to walk on his own power, though he was limping and struggling a bit.

Head coach Nick Nurse did clarify postgame that the injury that forced Embiid out is unrelated to the previous knee issue he's dealing with, per Kendra Andrews of ESPN. As for the severity of it, however, the Cameroon-born center is scheduled to have an MRI to get more clarity.

Hopefully Embiid's injury is not serious and he won't need to miss significant time as a result. Nonetheless, it won't be a surprise if the 76ers decide to be more cautious considering the injury history of the superstar scorer.