Kyle Lowry To Play With Splint For Finger Tendon Injury
Raptors guard Kyle Lowry injured his left ring finger tendon during the third quarter of Wednesday’s game versus Memphis.
Lowry’s finger will be protected with a splint for approximately six weeks.
Lowry will be able to participate in practices and play in games during this time.
Lowry had a follow-up examination on Thursday in Toronto and did not accompany the team to Milwaukee for Friday’s preseason finale.