Ferguson out with fractured hand

RALEIGH, N.C. – NC State redshirt junior Trevor Ferguson will miss 3-6 weeks of action due to a non-displaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal bone (ring finger) on his non-shooting hand.

The injury occurred during the Pack's game against Marquette on Monday night, and Ferguson will have to wear a splint.

Ferguson had started the last four games for the Pack at shooting guard, after coming off the bench the first five games of the season. He is currently fifth on the team with 7.9 points a game, including 41.5 percent (17-41) from three-point range this season. Since he entered the starting lineup for the Winston-Salem State game on December 13, he has averaged 31.0 minutes a game.


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