The Detroit Pistons will be without guard Luke Kennard for at least two weeks due to bilateral knee tendinitis, the team announced Thursday.
Kennard, who is averaging 15.8 points, 4.1 assists and 3.5 rebounds per game, had already missed Monday's loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. The Pistons said Kennard will be reevaluated on Jan. 7.
That timeline will rule Kennard out for at least six more games.
This is the latest knee injury to affect the Pistons (11-20) this season. Blake Griffin, Derrick Rose and Christian Wood are among the players to recently deal with knee-related issues.