Utah Jazz Rule Out Mike Conley For Game Against Indiana Pacers With Hamstring Injury
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz announced that guard Mike Conley won’t play in the team’s upcoming game against the Indiana Pacers due to a hamstring injury.
The Jazz are scheduled to play Indiana on Sunday, February 7.
On Saturday, February 6, Conley was ruled out from playing in the game due to hamstring tightness in his right leg.
The Jazzman suffered the injury during Utah’s win over the Charlotte Hornets a day earlier.
Conley guard exited the game with 6:58 remaining in the third quarter.
The Jazz went on to defeat Charlotte, 138-121.
Conely finished with 16 points on 6-11 field goals and 4-7 from three. He added had four rebounds, two assists, and a steal. Conley posted a team-high plus-19 rating during his 20 minutes on the floor.
Mike Conley’s Injury History
Friday night’s injury was not Conley’s first hamstring issue while a member of the Jazz.
Last season, the guard missed five games with a hamstring injury on his other leg. After returning for one game, Conley missed another 14 contests before returning to Utah’s lineup.
Mike Conley in 2020-21
Conley is averaging 16.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 5.8 assists in 23 games this season.
Utah’s game against the Pacers will tip-off on Sunday, February 7 at 11 a.m. (MDT). The game will broadcast on AT&T SportsNet and 97.5 FM.
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