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Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 at 9:30 am  |  9 responses

Antawn Jamison’s Season May Be Done

Jamison’s fractured left pinky finger means he won’t have to suit up for the Cavs again anytime soon. From the Akron Beacon Journal: “Cavs leading scorer Antawn Jamison could miss the rest of the season following surgery Tuesday to repair a fractured pinky finger on his left hand. Jamison is expected to miss five to seven weeks after Tuesday’s procedure, which will be performed by hand specialist Dr. Thomas Graham, with Cavs team physician Dr. Richard Parker assisting. There are seven weeks left in the season. Jamison, averaging 18 points per game, was fouled late in the third quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Philadelphia 76ers by Jrue Holiday and walked immediately to the locker room.”

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  • Riggs

    how much time left does he have in his contract?

  • Werd

    I believe it goes through next season

  • Cheech

    He was done for the season after that record breaking losing streak.

  • Wilbon

    this is exactly what the cavs need

  • Drew

    Hasn’t Kobe been playing with a jacked up pinky on his shooting hand for like 4+ seasons now?

  • MikeC.

    @Drew – Kobe plays through injuries because he has the chance to win championships. I wouldn’t play through a broken anything for the worst team in the league.

  • Drew

    @MikeC – I see your point. Noted!

  • http://slamonline Dan

    Damn.
    This is really gonna hurt the CAVs championship chances this year.

  • youngmuggsy

    I call BS, Antawn hasn’t used his left hand once in his entire career.

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