Paul George Playing Through Sprained Ligament In Finger
Paul George has taped together his left pinkie and ring finger over the past few games because of a sprained ligament in the pinkie.
George believes he sprained the ligament in his left pinkie three or four games ago.
“I can barely put pressure on it,” George said Saturday with his hand wrapped in ice. “The first half, I couldn’t really dribble to my left. The ball was going all over the place. I couldn’t get control of it. Once the game gets going I allow myself to just play.”
Despite the injury, George has scored 43 points over the Indiana Pacers' past two games.