Tyson Chandler Will Miss Four to Six Weeks for the Knicks With a Fractured Right Fibula

Tyson Chandler Will Miss Four to Six Weeks for the Knicks With a Fractured Right FibulaImage via USA TODAY Sports

The Knicks are off to a horrible start so far this season.

They're 1-3 on the year with losses to the Bulls, Timberwolves, and Bobcats. Their owner James Dolan is reportedly pissed off about everything from the team's lack of intensity to the fact that the Knicks City Dancers cheer too much during losses. And now, the team is going to have to play without Tyson Chandler for at least the next four weeks. Chandler suffered a fractured right fibula during the Knicks' loss to Charlotte last night and will have to spend some time on the sidelines to let it heal.

This obviously wasn't what the Knicks had in mind when the season tipped off a week ago. Let's hope they can get it together sooner than later before the entire season is a lost cause.

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