Chicago Bulls forward Derrick Jones Jr. will be sidelined at least six weeks with a broken right index finger.
The team said the injury occurred while Jones was working out at the team's training facility on Tuesday.
Jones, 24, has been in rehab since sustaining a bone bruise in his right knee on Jan. 12.
"(His finger) has been placed in a splint and (he) is expected to return in 6-8 weeks," the Bulls said in a news release. "Jones could potentially return earlier with a protective splint."
Through 31 games (eight starts) this season, Jones is averaging 6.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 17.2 minutes.
The short-handed Bulls also are playing without Lonzo Ball (knee) and Alex Caruso (wrist) until at least March.
--Field Level Media