Kings Official Media Release

TYLER HONEYCUTT SUFFERS STRESS FRACTURE

SACRAMENTO, CALIF., Oct. 1, 2012 -– Kings forward Tyler Honeycutt was diagnosed with a right fibula stress fracture at his preseason physical today.

Honeycutt, in his second season from UCLA, will be out three to four weeks.


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