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Larry Drew injury: UCLA guard suffers dislocated finger

UCLA guard Larry Drew II dislocated a finger in his right hand during the Bruins season opener against Indiana State.

Stephen Dunn

UCLA guard Larry Drew II left Friday's season opener against Indiana State after dislocating a finger in his right hand according to Rahshaun Haylock of FoxSportsWest.com.

Drew II, a 6'2" redshirt senior who transferred from North Carolina, had one point, five assists and two rebounds in 33 minutes during No. 13 UCLA's 86-59 victory over the Sycamores.

The Bruins had four players in double figures in the first game of the completely renovated Pauley Pavilion. Freshman wing Jordan Adams scored a game-high 21 points in his collegiate debut for the Bruins, while Travis Wear had 17 points and six rebounds and his twin brother David Wear chipped in with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Kyle Anderson had 10 points for the Bruins in his first game with the team.

Indiana State was led by Justin Gant and Khristian Smith, who each had 11 points for the Sycamores.

The Bruins will next face the UCI Aardvarks on Nov. 13 at Pauley Pavilion.