Andrei Kirilenko out, Jason Terry game-time decision for Nets

Jason Terry
Jason Terry (AP)
Brooklyn Nets guard Jason Terry, who’s been fighting pain in his knee for a month, is officially a game-time decision for tonight’s game against the Indiana Pacers.

Terry last played in a four-minute stint against the Charlotte Bobcats on November 20th, returning to full team practice yesterday. Terry has been dealing with knee issues all season, and underwent offseason surgery to “clean up” his knee following the Boston Celtics’ playoff exit last year.

Forward Andrei Kirilenko also practiced fully with the team yesterday, but has been ruled out. Kirilenko has dealt with back spasms all year.

The Nets also officially listed Brook Lopez out, and Lopez will join Kirilenko on the inactive list. Lopez… well, you know.

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