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Pro Sports Daily:
New Jersey Nets forward Travis Outlaw has a broken right hand, the team confirmed Monday.
General manager Billy King said he would reveal more information about the injury after Outlaw was examined by doctors.
Outlaw is entering his 10th NBA season and will be in the second year of the five-year, $35 million deal he signed with the Nets as a free agent.
Outlaw averaged 9.2 points and 4.0 rebounds while starting 55 games last season.
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New Jersey Nets forward Travis Outlaw will be able to begin contact in 10 days after an examination today by Nets team physician Dr. Riley Williams III and hand specialist Dr. Andrew Weiland.
Outlaw fractured his right hand nine weeks ago and had surgery performed at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado.
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