Zach Randolph has hand surgery, season over
Portland Trail Blazers forward Zach Randolph underwent successful surgery today to repair ligaments and remove bone fragments in his right hand.
Dr. Kirk Wong performed the season-ending procedure at Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital in Vancouver, Wash.
The injury, which occurred during the Trail Blazersí March 25 game at Minnesota, will require Randolph to spend the next five weeks in a cast.
Randolph, 25, averaged a career-best 23.6 points and 2.2 assists to go with 10.1 rebounds in 68 games (67 starts) this season.