Knicks center Mitchell Robinson to have surgery on broken hand, could miss 6 weeks

NEW YORK — The anchor of the Knicks’ top-rated defense will be out at least a month. Mitchell Robinson is undergoing surgery on his broken right hand and the reported recovery timetable is 4-to-6 weeks. The 22-year-old suffered the injury in Friday’s victory in Washington and was evaluated back in New York. A six-week recovery would mean Robinson wouldn’t return until late March and miss around 20 games. The center has been durable and dependable this season, serving as the rim protector for a defense that entered Saturday ranked No. 1 in points allowed. In his absence, the Knicks can shift th…

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