Kansas sophomore Tyshawn Taylor suffered a dislocated thumb in a Tuesday night "skirmish" and could be sidelined for four weeks, the Lawrence Journal-World is reporting.
According to the paper, Taylor was the player most seriously injured in an incident between members of the KU basketball and football teams. A source said an argument began as two groups of players crossed paths at an on-campus building, and that punches were thrown.
Taylor was treated and released at a local hospital.
Naturally, he later posted about it on Facebook.
“Real (racial slur)s do real things ... point plankn," Taylor posted before adding, "I got a dislocated finger ... from throwing a punch."
Taylor averaged 9.7 points per game last season.
He got a career-high 26 in a February win at Oklahoma.Kansas is ranked No. 1 in the preseason Top 25 (and one) .