Here’s The Nets Injury Situation Right Now
It's only been one month, but the Brooklyn Nets have already suffered their fair share of injuries. Here's the team's current injury report, as it stands today, December 2nd.
Paul Pierce has a non-displaced fracture of the third metacarpal in his right (shooting) hand and is expected to miss two to four weeks. The injury occurred on November 29th and was announced on December 2nd.
Deron Williams has a sprained left ankle. He first sprained the ankle on November 15th against the Phoenix Suns by landing on Miles Plumlee's foot and re-sprained it five days later against the Charlotte Bobcats by landing on Kemba Walker's foot. He is listed as doubtful to play Thursday, December 5th against the New York Knicks.
Andrei Kirilenko suffered back spasms in preseason and shuffled in and out of practice throughout preseason and the regular season. He played in four games in the regular season before the team sidelined him. He hasn't played in a game since November 5th and is officially out until at least December 7th against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Jason Terry suffered a bruised left knee on November 18th against the Portland Trail Blazers. He returned to the active roster on November 20th, playing four minutes against the Charlotte Bobcats, and has not played since. He is officially out until at least December 7th against the Milwaukee Bucks.