February 10, 2007
With Douglas out who will run the point?
Florida State and Toney Douglas were both dealt a major blow on Wednesday night. The 'Noles' starting point guard sustained a non-displaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his right hand in the loss at Clemson. The injury occurred when he blocked a shot by Vernon Hamilton in the second half. At the time, he felt the bone crack as his hand bent back.
Douglas is now wearing a cast now on his shooting hand and was informed that he may be out through the remainder of the regular season depending on how the bone heals.
"I just have to take it day-by-day," Douglas said. "They don't want me to stay in the cast for the whole month. They want me to start having treatment and rehab on it so when that month comes due I will be ready to go."
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