Utah Jazz swingman Joe Johnson suffered tendon instability in his right (shooting) wrist. The team made the announcement Tuesday, noting Johnson had an MRI and will be evaluated again in two weeks. The 36-year-old's prime is behind him, but he can still put up impressive scoring numbers any given game. On the Atlanta Hawks, Johnson averaged better than 20 points per game for five consecutive seasons from 2005 to 2010. The seven-time All-Star scored 9.2 points a night last season but is often seen as a go-to option down the stretch of close games. He is averaging 6.4 points a night in 2017-18.
Joe Johnson Out at Least 2 Weeks Due to Wrist Injury
Bleacher Report | Oct 31