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Utah Jazz small forward Joe Johnson, who is suffering from tendon instability in his right wrist, is out for another two weeks at least, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.
Johnson hasn’t played since Oct. 30 and is expected to be out of action until the end of November.
The Jazz will be without Joe Johnson for another two weeks at least. He was re-evaluated today, not enough progress for a return
— Tony Jones (@tribjazz) November 14, 2017
Johnson, 36, averaged 6.3 points in the seven games he appeared in before going down with the wrist ailment. The veteran swingman is usually the primary backup to Joe Ingles.
The Jazz enter tonight with a record of 6-8.