Rudy Gobert will miss 1 month with knee injury, per report

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Gobert missed 11 games this season after he suffered a bone bruise in his right knee in early November.

The Jazz on Saturday morning recalled Tony Bradley from the Salt Lake City Stars to add another big man to the roster. The Jazz could certainly use Favors on Saturday, as they will be without Rudy Gobert (knee), who was also injured in Friday's victory over the Celtics.

Gobert is expected to undergo further evaluation in order to pinpoint a true timetable for his return. The Frenchman has been dealing with a bone bruise, as well as the confirmed PCL strain according to Charania. As he tried to get back to his feet, Gobert fell back to the floor and rolled to his back before clutching his left knee.

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Even after their impressive win over the Boston Celtics Friday night, the Jazz are still only 14-15 and 9th in the Western Conference.

Gobert was nearly immediately ruled out for the rest of the game after playing just under two minutes. However, there's no limiting what this Jazz team can do.

The Utah Jazz will be without their defensive anchor for an extended period of time for the second time this season.

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