The Indiana Pacers will have to make their postseason push without several contributors.
Rodney Stuckey, Al Jefferson and Glenn Robinson III will all miss extended time with various injuries, the team announced Tuesday.
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.