Sacramento Kings star Domantas Sabonis is yet to make a final decision if he will undergo a necessary surgery to fix his right thumb injury.
In a recent interview with Sean Cunningham of Fox Sports 40, Sabonis detailed the process of his finger recovery.
“We are doing everything we can to heal it and recover it… We are doing everything we can, a necessary treatment to get it healed,” Sabonis said. “I had a scan after the season, I get one today so actually [I’m] just trying to do everything to be ready.”
Sabonis sustained an avulsion fracture in his right thumb in late December. He had an option to take a surgery that would keep him out for four to six weeks, but he proceeded to play through it.
Despite enduring the injury, Sabonis eventually managed to lead the third-seeded Kings in snapping its 16-year drought, averaging 19.1 points, 12.3 boards and 7.3 assists in 79 games this season. He also captured an All-NBA Third Team spot.