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Minnesota basketball player reconciles with teammate and returns to the court


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Moscow, April 14 – The Minnesota National Basketball Association’s Rudy Gobert has reconciled with fellow forward Kyle Anderson and is back on the team after being suspended for an altercation.
The incident occurred on April 9 during a break for the regular season match with “New Orleans” (113: 108). Joubert stabbed Anderson in the chest after they exchanged a few words. Then their teammates immediately got in between them and started separating the basketball players who wanted to continue to sort things out. Minnesota suspended Joubert for one game against the Los Angeles Lakers, which they lost 102-108.
Minnesota will face Oklahoma City on April 14 in the NBA. Joubert said he had been suffering from back problems but was hoping to take part in the match. “My back still hurts a lot, I still don’t move the way I want to move, but there is little progress every day,” the center said.

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Gobert won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award three times. As part of the French team, he became the silver medalist of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, and the two-time bronze medalist of the World Championships.

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