Jazz C Gobert out 3-4 weeks

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert will reportedly miss a month with another knee injury

Report: Rudy Gobert expected to miss one month with strained PCL in left knee, bone bruise in tibia

He will undergo an MRI on Saturday to confirm the initial diagnosis, and the timetable on a possible return will be clearer after that test.

After losing four straight games during the tough month of December, at least two of which were very winnable, the outlook for the Utah Jazz was beginning to look quite bleak. The problem with that is Gobert is the team's best player, and they are already struggling just to be in the hunt for the eighth spot in the Western Conference.

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Rudy Gobert will miss at least a few weeks with a PCL sprain in his left knee and a bone bruise in his leg, league sources told The Salt Lake Tribune on Saturday morning. He missed the rest of Friday night's game against the Celtics with a left knee injury.

Gobert missed 11 games - the Jazz won seven of them - earlier this season. Chasing the Oklahoma City Thunder and New Orleans Pelicans down in the standings, who are clearly more talented teams, will be a tall task without Gobert in the lineup. Therefore, this game is going to be potentially an even bigger challenge for the Jazz than the one they played last night.

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Hopefully this does not become a recurring issue for Gobert and the Jazz.

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