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Thirdy Ravena likely to miss B.League All-Star Game due to fractured finger

Thirdy Ravena has suffered a metacarpal oblique fracture on his right index finger.

This was the diagnosis of the injury he sustained last Saturday when San-En took on Shibuya at Aoyama Gakuin Memorial Hall.

The injury occurred with 6:34 left in the third quarter after Ravena dove to the floor for a loose ball. The Asian import landed on his right hand.

Ravena is averaging 8.8 points, 3.67 rebounds, and 1.58 assists per contest.

In his first game out last Sunday, NeoPhoenix suffered a 64-105 loss to the Sun Rockers.

San-En is 5-22 in the standings.

This will most likely result in Ravena also missing the B.League All-Star Game which takes place from January 15-16, 2021 in Mito, Japan.

San-En will next face Hiroshima on January 23.

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