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Mitchell Robinson of the Knicks will have ankle surgery and be out for 8-10 weeks

New York Knicks center Mitchell Robinson is set to have surgery on his left ankle and will be re-evaluated in eight to 10 weeks after being injured in a game against the Boston Celtics. Robinson, who has been a key player for the Knicks, has been leading the league in offensive rebounds and has been a crucial part of New York’s defense. With Robinson out, backup center Isaiah Hartenstein will step into a starting role, and Jericho Sims may also see more playing time. The loss of Robinson could potentially impact the Knicks’ approach to the trade deadline, depending on how the team performs without him. Hartenstein, known for his rebounding and passing abilities, will need to adjust to his new role in the starting lineup. The team will likely need to make changes to their defensive style and could shift to a smaller lineup without Robinson. Overall, the Knicks will need to adapt to playing without their defensive anchor and leading rebounder for the next couple of months.

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