Sacramento Kings’ forward Tyler Honeycutt had X-rays taken today at the UC Davis Sports Medicine Clinic, which revealed a stress fracture in the head of the second metatarsal on his right foot. He will use a walking boot for the next three weeks and be out of action for approximately four to six weeks overall.

Honeycutt finished his rookie campaign (2011-12) averaging 1.3 points (.333 FGs,.333 3FGs,.600 FTs) in 15 games off the bench for the Kings.