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Klay Thompson diagnosed with broken thumb-Dr. Lannon

Sean Lannon M.D.

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Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson has been diagnosed with a broken thumb and will be re-evaluated next week. Expect him to miss 2-4 weeks if it’s non-surgical. If surgery is performed the timetable will vary depending on the fracture. That being said, he could be looking at 4-8 weeks RTP without a supplemental brace.

Sean Lannon, M.D. is an orthopaedic surgeon finishing his training in Tampa, FL at University of South Florida. Originally from the Texas Hill Country, he grew up in the glory years of Dallas Cowboys football and Greg Popovich/Tim Duncan’s reign with the San Antonio Spurs. He is a former college golfer at Loyola University of Chicago and follows the PGA tour closely.When not working, he is trying to convince his wife and 2 daughters to watch sports (mostly unsuccessfully).

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