Chicago Bulls small forward Otto Porter Jr. hasn’t played since November 6, and the team today confirmed he is not close to returning to action.

Porter Jr, the team says, underwent an examination yesterday which confirmed the bone injury and healing response in Porter’s left foot to be consistent with a small fracture that has become more clearly defined in recent weeks.

Porter will continue his current period of immobilization and progress as tolerated over the next four weeks, and then re-evaluated.

Porter is listed at 6-foot-8, 198 pounds. He is 26 years old, played college ball at Georgetown, was drafted third overall by the Wizards in 2013, and played multiple seasons for Washington before his time with the Bulls. His NBA career average is 11.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.

The Bulls are 8-17 this season, which is the East’s 11th best team record.