Chicago Bulls guard Michael Carter-Williams took a heard fall on Monday night (Oct. 31), and is expected to miss between four to six weeks.
The young guard went down hard during Monday night’s game, which Chicago won against the Brooklyn Nets. He came up clutching his knee after attempting to block Sean Kilpatrick’s shot.
An MRI revealed a bone bruise in his left knee and a left wrist sprain, the team announced Tuesday, reports ESPN.
Carter-Williams was averaging six points, four assists and 3.5 rebounds in the first two games for the Bulls.