Gobert finished with 10 points (4-7 FG, 2-4 FT, 11 rebounds, two assists, two steals, and two blocks in 25 minutes during Wednesday's 111-84 victory over the Heat.
This game was basically over at quarter-time meaning Gobert's playing time was limited down the stretch. That resulted in what could have been a strong game becoming merely a standard performance. He continues to play well without being spectacular and has been somewhat disappointing for owners thus far.
Gobert scored 13 points (5-8 FG, 3-4 FT) while adding 14 rebounds and two assists in only 21 minutes during Monday's 122-113 loss to the Thunder.
It's his first double-double in three games, but the second time in that stretch he's seen less than a full workload -- an early ejection against the Rockets accounted for the first, while this one was a product of foul trouble and a 24-point OKC lead heading into the fourth quarter. Gobert still has 23 double-doubles in 28 contests, and he remains firmly on pace to average a double-double for the third straight season.
After getting ejected in the first quarter of the Jazz's last game Wednesday, Gobert returned to his usual level of playing time. His production on the defensive end wasn't anything noteworthy, but the seven dimes were a nice surprise -- and a career high -- from Gobert, who has rarely been much of a facilitator during his time in the league. Gobert has changed that narrative to some extent recently, however, dishing out at least three assists in four of his last six outings.
Gobert was ejected in the first quarter of Thursday's 118-91 win over the Rockets after swatting a paper cup off the scorer's table when he was whistled for his second foul of the game. He played three minutes and contributed two points (1-1 FG), one rebound and one assist before heading to the locker room.
Gobert had been vocal about his frustration with officiating lately, as he drew a fine following Sunday's loss to the Heat after criticizing the crew for that game. The early hook Thursday probably only adds to his discontent, but it's nothing that will likely result in further discipline from the NBA. Gobert, who saw a streak of four straight double-doubles come to an end Thursday, should resume handling big minutes in the Jazz's next contest Sunday in San Antonio.
Gobert finished with 18 points (5-7 FG, 8-10 FT), 10 rebounds, four assists, and three blocks in 28 minutes during Tuesday's 139-105 victory over the Spurs.
Gobert and the rest of the starting unit were able to get some rest down the stretch as the game turned into a blowout. He has his way on both ends of the floor in this one, ending with another double-double, adding to his already impressive tally. The Jazz are still struggling to find some consistency and so maybe a victory like this will kick them into gear.
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