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New York Knicks rookie backup center Josh Harrellson will miss six weeks after breaking his wrist in Saturday’s game against the Denver Nuggets.Harrellson’s injury leaves the Knicks frontcourt thin, with just Tyson Chandler and Jared Jefferies on the roster as centers. Both players have been injury prone in recent years. Jerome Jordan was just sent down to the NBADL last week.Harrellson was averaging over five points and four rebounds in just 18 minutes per game this season.
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