The latest prognosis for Joe Johnson is the same as the last prognosis: Two weeks. The Utah Jazz announced Wednesday evening that the 36-year-old former All-Star will miss two more weeks of the season with tendon instability in his right wrist. He visited with a hand specialist Tuesday, which the Jazz said indicated he was “showing progress to make a return,” but that return is at least midway through December. Johnson has played in seven games for the Jazz this season, his 16th in the NBA, averaging 6.4 points and 2.7 rebounds per game. Last season, Johnson proved to be a vital scorer in the playoffs at power forward.