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By SI Wire
November 19, 2014

Indiana forward Devin Davis has been released from the hospital, coach Tom Crean confirmed on Tuesday.

Davis was said to be in serious condition after being hit by a car driven by teammate Emmitt Holt early on Nov. 1. Police later said that Davis was mostly to blame for the accident.

Davis averaged 2.4 points and 2.6 rebounds over 29 games last season. The Indianapolis native started two of the Hoosiers' five games during their offseason trip to Canada, posting team highs in rebounds (7.6) and field goal percentage (77.8).​ Crean provided an update on Davis' recovery after an exhibition earlier this month:

A couple of updates and a couple of answers. Devin, first and foremost, is progressing. A lot of us will see him again tonight when we leave here before he goes back to sleep. I think he spent a lot of time sleeping, but at the same time he's getting a lot of therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, those type of things, and very proud of the way our players are not only going up and seeing him but going up there and spending some real quality time now that he's starting to get where he can do more. Going for walks when he goes down the hallway yesterday was a big day. He went for two walks. That's kind of where we're at right now.

Davis will reportedly now move into outpatient care.

Holt, who registered a blood-alcohol level of 0.025 and was cited for misdemeanor illegal consumption, was suspended two exhibition games and two regular season games. Two other Hoosiers, sophomore Troy Williams and Stanford Robinson, were also forced to sit out the same number of games for failing drug tests.

Indiana is 2-0 this season with wins over Mississippi Valley State and Texas Southern.

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