Knicks' Frye Out Up To Six Weeks With Ankle Sprain

Babe_Ruth

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ESPN.com -
Knicks forward Channing Frye will be out three to six weeks with a left ankle sprain, the team announced Saturday night.

Frye suffered the injury in the second period of Saturday's
106-95 home loss to the Bulls. He was attempting to block a shot by Chicago's P.J. Brown and landed on Brown's foot.

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scottmcgrady

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Painful stuff and i hope he gets alright. He's a talented player and could be a really good asset to the Knicks, well at the moment they need anyone to become an asset, cuz Marbury is sucking up the court.
 

Babe_Ruth

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I would have to agree, I believe this is a huge lost for the team, he was probably the only bright spot for the Knicks last season before he got injured. Now they will be without him for a long six weeks, now they'll need another person to step it up, and I don't see anyone doing so.
 
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bargnani7

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wooo...that must suk.
after hitting that clutch shot vs the pistons every1 started talking about him in the news. to bd....i hope he gets better.
hes a great talented player and he is just going to get better.