SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -Sacramento Kings rookie center Spencer Hawes will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Wednesday.
No timetable was given for his return. Hawes, the Kings' top draft pick selected 10th overall out of Washington, will have the procedure done in Seattle by his personal physician, Lawrence Holland.
Last week, Hawes had a second MRI exam on his knee, which he twisted during a conditioning drill late last month. The injury eventually forced him to miss training camp workouts.
Hawes, a 7-foot center, had microfracture surgery on the same knee when he was 14, though the new injury isn't related.

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