Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry briefly left the Game 2 win over the Rockets in the first quarter after suffering a nasty dislocated middle finger.
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I don’t think Steph Curry’s middle finger is supposed to look like this pic.twitter.com/MFNWdg1920
— Nick Bromberg (@NickBromberg) May 1, 2019
CelebNSports247.com reports that Warriors guard Steph Curry had his finger popped back in place and taped up before returning a few minutes later.
Steph Curry injured his left hand so it didn’t have much of an impact on his ability to shoot. Thankfully Curry was able to return to the game and take another win over the Rockets which looks to have made James Harden tear up. The Warriors won the game 115-109.
Steph heads to the locker room with an apparent hand injury ? pic.twitter.com/noc1DP8bys
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) May 1, 2019
We can assure fans, refs, and anyone who comes at Steph sideways that he won’t be handing out any middle fingers with his left hand any time soon.
The cool thing is that Steph will still be able to hit those three-pointers without any problems.
What do you think of his nasty dislocated middle finger? It really looks painful, remember the days when you jammed your finger that pain alone had to hurt so we could just imagine the pain with this injury. Ouch.