Before Tuesday's practice, Washington guard Isaiah Thomas cleared up the mystery about his injured left (shooting) hand.

"The doctor said most likely it's a break," Thomas said. "He's not going to really call it what it is. He said from how it feels and how it looks, the hamate is most likely broken."

Thomas pointed to his left palm near his thumb when asked where the pain was localized.

"It happened in the Cal game when we played down there," he said. "I didn't really think of it that much. It went numb in during that game. It was off and on. Then at practice a couple of weeks ago, I really hurt it and that's when I got it checked out."

Thomas has worn a padded glove in practice and tried to wear the glove last week during the Oregon State game before taking it off.

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