Bulls guard Micheal Carter-Williams out 4-6 weeks with knee, wrist injuries

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CHICAGO – The short tenure of Michael Carter-Williams in a Bulls uniform is off to a bit of a bad start.

On Tuesday the Bulls announced that the guard will miss 4-to-6 week with a bone bruise on his left knee and a left wrist sprain. The injuries was revealed during an MRI on Tuesday morning, per a release from the Bulls.

Carter-Williams was injured going up for a block in the second quarter of the Bulls’ 118-88 victory over the Nets on Monday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

The guard, who was acquired in a trade with the Milwaukee Bucks before the season, was averaged 15 minutes a game so far this season, averaging four points and three rebounds a game.