Aaron popped his own finger back into place

Aaron popped his own finger back into place

Mrs. Tyler Thompsonover 6 years


IMG_5426 When Aaron Harrison ran off the court in pain during the second half, it looked like something was seriously wrong. Harrison was doubled over, holding his left hand and sprinting back to the locker room. The picture of Andrew's dislocated finger circulated quickly on Twitter, and just as I was getting control over my dry heaves, Aaron was back on the bench. Because he's a stone cold killer, he popped his finger back into place himself. "I had no choice," Aaron said. "I just felt like I needed to get it back, so I pulled it. Chris put a towel over it and I just pulled it out myself and it went back in." Thankfully, the injury was to Aaron's left hand--his non-shooting hand--and minutes later, he checked back into the game. "I just told him I can still shoot Coach, I'm good," Aaron said of his conversation with Cal on the bench. "I went back out there so I could get back in the game." I'm the same way when I get a paper cut.

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