When Hill might return from his latest injury, however, remains to be seen.
"It's tricky with a concussion," Snyder said. "When you first get it, you're hopeful that it will be quick."
Snyder said it has been difficult to discern whether Hill is suffering exclusively from the lingering effects of the concussion or whether he has also been hampered by his badly cut lip.
"He started eating more than rice yesterday. Hopefully that will help too," Snyder said. "… It's hard to tell the difference. I know he hasn't eaten because of his lip. Is his mouth making him weak so when he goes through the protocol he doesn't feel right? It's hard to say."
Hill has been a difference maker for the Jazz when he's been able to get on the court this season, averaging 18.8 points and 4.2 assists in 13 games this season. Thursday's contest, however, will mark the 24th game Hill has missed due to injury.