New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler had to leave the Knicks contest versus the Charlotte Bobcats early with an injured right leg. Chandler was ruled out to return and the team announced that the subsequent X-rays were "inconclusive" and he would undergo further testing on Wednesday. On the play, Chandler banged knees with Bobcats guard Kemba Walker. He limped off the court and needed some assistance to get to the locker room.

Knicks fans are definitely nervous as Chandler is an All-Star and is the anchor to their defense. After Chandler left the Knicks gave up 33 points in the second quarter and 64 points in the half to a Bobcats team that hasn't scored more than 90 points in a game this season. The Knicks need their center back ASAP.

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[via CBS Sports]