The Indiana Pacers will have to make their postseason push without several contributors.
Stuckey's injury appears to be the most serious as he's out four to six weeks with a strained left patellar tendon. Stuckey has played in just 39 of the team's 73 games this season while averaging, 7.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game in a reserve role.
A sprained left ankle will keep Jefferson sidelined for at least two weeks, while Robinson will have his strained left calf re-evaluated late next week.
Robinson has already missed the team's past two games, while Jefferson and Stuckey were each hurt in a win Sunday over the 76ers.
The Pacers (37-36) enter the home game against Minnesota on Tuesday night in seventh place in the East, but have lost two of their last three and begin a three-game road trip on Wednesday.