Thirdy Ravena Undergoes Operation for Hand Injury

After injuring his hand, Thirdy Ravena undergoes an operation

Basketball star Thirdy Ravena took to the image-sharing site, Instagram wherein he shared that his operation for a hand injury was successful.

It was on Saturday when Thirdy accumulated a hand injury as he plays for San-En NeoPhoenix in Japan’s B.League against Shibuya.

Ravena has been diagnosed with an oblique fracture in his right fourth finger.

Due to his injury, Thirdy withdrew from the B.League All-Star Game and Slam Dunk Contest.

The former Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) star now plays for San-en NeoPhoenix of the Japanese B.League.

According to B.League, Thirdy Ravena is a “remarkable player in Asia.”

He is the first-ever player to be signed-in under the league’s Asian Player Quotas system which involves non-Japanese Asian imports.

He’s also prominent in the Philippine basketball scene. In fact, he was once hailed as three times finals MVP of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) for the year 2017-2019.

It was in November last year when he contracted COVID-19 but eventually recovered.

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