Carrick Felix out for up to eight weeks with knee fracture

Cleveland Cavaliers rookie shooting guard Carrick Felix will miss at least six weeks with a stress fracture is his left knee.

Carrick Felix has been ruled out for up to eight weeks with a stress fracture in his left knee.

The Cleveland Cavaliers rookie sustained the injury while playing for the development league's Canton Charge at the weekend.

The shooting guard has featured in just six games with the Cavaliers this season, splitting his time between Cleveland and the D-League.

Felix has averaged just 1.5 points per game during his appearances with Cleveland this season.

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