Lebron James Injury: Left Ring Finger Could Be Dislocated, According To Report

March 26, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) shoots the ball against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Indiana defeated Miami 105-90. Mandatory credit: Michael Hickey-US PRESSWIRE

King James could be nursing a bad ring finger on his non-shooting hand, but team officials have no comment yet.

ESPN's Chris Broussard is citing unnamed sources that Lebron James has an injury to his left ring finger, and that the injury might be a dislocation.

James appeared to have suffered the injury Monday night in a 105-90 loss to the Pacers, Miami's sixth loss on the road in the month of March. James did not leave the game against the Pacers, and played the finger taped, scoring 24 points and nine rebounds, hitting 9 of 21 shots.

The Heat did not practice on Tuesday, and issued no official comment regarding the injury. James has hit only 40 percent of his shots over the last five games, despite averaging a career-best 53 percent this season.

The Heat return to action Thursday night, hosting the defending NBA Champion Mavericks in Mami.

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