Rookie Taylor Hendricks leaves Wizards-Jazz game due to injury.  

Salt Lake City - Taylor Hendricks, the Jazz's rookie forward, had a foot injury and did not start the second half of Utah's game against the Washington Wizards. 

On Monday, March 4, the Jazz hosted the Wizards at the Delta Centre in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The Jazz stated that Hendricks would miss the rest of the game due to a left first MTP sprain, also known as a big toe sprain.

This season, the UCF product averages 5.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 0.6 blocks, and 0.6 steals while playing 17.6 minutes per game. He has appeared in 23 games this season.  

During the first half, the Jazz ruled out fellow rookie Keyonte George due to sickness.  

Utah's game versus Washington airs on KJZZ, Jazz+, NBA TV, KSL Sports Zone (97.5 FM), KSLSports.com, and the KSL Sports app.  

Keyonte George is the latest addition to the Jazz injury list as they prepare to meet the Wizards.  

All-Star Lauri Markkanen is also out with a quad contusion, and Walker Kessler will miss his third straight game with a foot sprain.  

George is labelled as questionable after having one of his best games of his young career against the Miami Heat on Saturday.  

The 20-year-old scored 31 points, grabbed four rebounds, and threw out four assists in 43 minutes as the Jazz lost to the Heat 126-120.  

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