Utah Jazz give update on Rudy Gobert injury

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"I've never been a dirty player in my life", Waiters said.

Waiters claims that he didn't even know it was Gobert as he went for the ball in attempt to make a basketball play.

The Jazz have stumbled out of the gate a bit without Hayward, as could have been expected, at 6-7, but their quest for a playoff berth in the ultra-competitive Western Conference just got significantly more hard.

Losing Gobert, Utah's best defensive player, will be crippling for the Jazz. "I just have to make sure I'm where I'm supposed to be offensively and defensively".

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Waiters, who wasn't called for a foul on the play, responded by saying, "I've never been a dirty player in my life".

"Those are always tough plays when it's a loose ball", Spoelstra said.

"For us, I can see it both ways. I'm not a dirty player". Haslem and Quinn had opposite rooting interest for Saturday's football game between the Miami Hurricanes and Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Hurricanes won 41-8 to keep alive their hopes of making the College Football Playoff. I have to get back to doing what I do, and hold it down until he comes back. "I jut want him going for it, putting his nose on two or three more of those a game".

Haslem said the victory was no surprise. A lot of history in that game.

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