Rodrigue Beaubois injury: Mavericks PG leaves game with broken hand

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Rodrigue Beaubois broke his left hand in the Mavericks' game against the Thunder on Sunday and is out indefinitely.

Dallas Mavericks guard Rodrigue Beaubois left Sunday night's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder after breaking his hand in the second quarter. Beaubois is out indefinitely, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPN Dallas.

Beaubois had been in out and out of head coach Rick Carlisle's rotation this year, but he had his best performance of the season in Friday's 96-86 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The point guard had 18 points and five assists in the victory, which makes this injury sting even more.

Beaubois is set to become a free agent this offseason, so we may have seen the last of him in a Mavericks uniform. The 25-year-old has shown some promise in Dallas, but injuries have slowed his development. Beaubois needed two surgeries to fix a broken foot in his second season and after bouncing back from the injury to average 8.9 points in 21.7 minutes last year, those averages dipped to 4.1 points in 12.3 minutes this year.

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