Toronto Raptors wing DeMar DeRozan dislocated his finger during a preseason game, but returned to the game. Posted by Ben Golliver. Don't you just love the late night freak injury posts that we can't stop putting up? The other day it was Stephen Curry rolling his ankle. Tonight, we up the gruesomeness substantially. Check out what happened to Toronto Raptors wing DeMar DeRozan, who dislocated his finger during a 108-103 preseason win over the New York Knicks in Montreal, Canada, on Friday night. Here's a fuzzy screen grab, but you can still feel the pain. Via @justcallmejuice on Twitter. The injury occurred during the second quarter and forced DeRozan to leave the game, but he returned to the court during the second half. After the game, DeRozan posted on his Twitter account that everything was all good. "My finger is good, trainer pop'd it back in so I'm good." Here's a slow-motion replay via @Nat77 on Twitter.
And here's a longer video of the sequence posted on Raptors.com.
Remember when Eddie House recently said "middle finger to all the haters"? I think DeMar DeRozan's finger is so crooked it can actually point at every single hater in the entire world at the same time now.