LeBron James misses third consecutive game due to finger injury »

Dec 5, 2007 at 12:57 pm | around-the-nbalebron-james

James might be out for rest of week due to sprained left finger. The Cavaliers keep saying they are thinking “day-to-day” about LeBron James, but in reality, it is more month-to-month. It isn’t the sprain to James’ left index finger that the Cavs are worried about, it’s the potential of a resprain — which is why he sat out his third consecutive game Tuesday. According to team sources, he’s very likely to sit out tonight’s game at the Washington Wizards, and he might even sit out the rest of the week. The Cavs are wary about James’ finger becoming an issue for the rest of the season, because his fingers and hands take such a beating during the course of a normal game. Opposing teams will certainly be aware of it and might even target James’ hand, especially as they slap at the ball as he drives to the basket often. Source: Ohio.com.

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