St. John's got Injury News on its Star Center...and it Isn't Good

New York Post—January 9, 2016

New York Post reporter Zach Braziller writes that St. John's University starting center Yankuba Sima fractured his left hand while playing against Xavier University. According to the article, Michelle G. Carlson, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery who specializes in sports-related hand injuries, made the prognosis.

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