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The Jazz had only nine players available for practice.
DeMarre Carroll missed the session while getting an MRI on his knee, which he injured in the loss to Atlanta. Also missing were Al Jefferson (ankle) and Williams.
In addition to Foye, Paul Millsap was also awaiting birth of his third child.
Given the fact that Millsap is also nursing a sprained ankle — he missed the Atlanta game — it’s possible the Jazz could be down to 10 players against Charlotte.
"It’s a difficult situation but it’s where we are," Corbin said. "We’ll try to get through the day and see who we have in uniform tomorrow night."
According to Corbin, the injuries could result in role changes.
"These guys have been great all year long about responding when we’re shorthanded — coming out and playing as hard as they can," he said.
"The guys have given good effort and will continue to do that. We might move things around. I might have to ask guys to do things they normally don’t. But we’ll just have to make our way."
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