Knicks center Mitchell Robinson suffers fractured hand in win over Wizards

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Knicks' Mitchell Robinson suffers fractured hand vs. Wizards originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The Knicks came away from their visit to Capital One Arena with a 109-91 victory, as the Wizards struggled without Bradley Beal on the floor. But as they coasted to a win on the road, they also lost center Mitchell Robinson in the process. 

Robinson was ruled out of the second half after injuring his right hand at the end of the second quarter, with X-rays later revealing a fracture.

Before leaving the game, Robinson put together his best half of the season, scoring 10 points and pulling down 14 rebounds in just 20 minutes on the floor. His first-half contributions helped the Knicks outscore the Wizards 58-42 in the paint and 24-7 on second chance points. 

The team will re-evaluate the injury in New York, but it appears Robinson will miss Saturday's game against the Rockets.