Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports
LSU coach Johnny Jones addressed the media on Thursday and said that freshman forward Ben Simmons has been playing with finger injury on his shooting hand. Per ESPN:

"It happened a couple of games ago," Jones said during his press availability. He later said he didn't know if the injury happened late against South Carolina a week ago or against Texas A&M on Saturday.
It is unclear what finger Simmons is having issues with but the injury is not believed to be serious.
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atltiger648798 months
basketball players jam/hurt/dislocate fingers sometimes. It happens. Sure it hurts, but players play through it. No excuse.
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JuiceTerry98 months
Hopefully the committee will take this under consideration.
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Kracka98 months
oh no poor ben. Get Well Soon.
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LSU Patrick98 months
That would actually explain some of the passing and FT issues.
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Dr. Shultz98 months
I was at the game Wednesday and I actually did notice he had a finger wrapped up in his left hand. Figured he had just jammed it or something though
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justice98 months
Or the reason. God LSU fans suck
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purpleleaf98 months
So that's the excuse....
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