Here's why this is the most anticipated season in the history of TCU basketball

The TCU men's team has plenty of buzz around it, too, coming off a season in which it snapped a 20-year NCAA Tournament drought.

But Fisher has been injury prone so far in his career and is working his way back after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in September.

It's the same knee that Fisher underwent surgery on for a torn meniscus last January, ending his sophomore season.

TCU is focused on having Fisher healthy for the entire season, so expect him to ease into game action early on.

To borrow a phrase from Dick Vitale, TCU has a few diaper dandies on its rosters worth watching.

This article is written by Drew Davison from Fort Worth Star-Telegram and was legally licensed via the Tribune Content Agency through the NewsCred publisher network.

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