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Nets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: Remains uncertain for opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hollis-Jefferson's (hip) availability for the regular-season opener Wednesday against the Pistons remains uncertain, Bryan Fonseca of Nets Daily reports.

Hollis-Jefferson was a full participant in practice over the weekend and previously indicated he hoped to play in Wednesday's opener, so there appears to be some optimism regarding his eventual status. Still, the Nets aren't willing to make a final determination quite yet and Hollis-Jefferson will likely be reevaluated during pregame warmups Wednesday before a decision is made. Consider him a game-time decision for now, but his addition to the lineup would be much-needed considering small-ball forward DeMarre Carroll is set to have surgery on his ankle.

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Nets' Shabazz Napier: Ruled out for opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Napier (hamstring) has been ruled out for Wednesday's regular-season opener against the Pistons, Bryan Fonseca of Nets Daily reports.

Napier has been sidelined since the end of September with a hamstring injury and the Nets have yet to provide any sort of timetable for his return. Considering the lack of clarity surrounding his injury, there's a chance Napier misses more time following Wednesday's contest, but he'll continue to be evaluated on a game-to-game basis moving forward until more information is provided. When healthy, look for Napier to serve as added depth at point guard behind the likes of D'Angelo Russell and Spencer Dinwiddie.

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Nets' DeMarre Carroll: Will undergo ankle surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Carroll will have surgery on his ankle, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

Carroll missed last week's preseason finale with an ankle injury, but stated he expected to be ready for the regular season. However, it appears the ankle issue may be more serious than originally thought, as Carroll is now headed for surgery. What exactly the surgery is addressing is unclear at this point in time and a timetable has yet to be established. Consider Carroll out for Wednesday's opener against the Pistons and it seems possible he could be on the shelf for the next couple of weeks. That said, look for an update on a potential target date following surgery. With Allen Crabbe (ankle) also out, the Nets will be thin on the wing and should turn to guys like Joe Harris and Caris LeVert for more minutes.

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Nets' Allen Crabbe: Out for Wednesday's opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Crabbe (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday's regular-season opener against the Pistons, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

Crabbe sprained his left ankle just over a week ago and continues to deal with some lingering discomfort heading into the opener. The Nets will avoid rushing him back too soon and have now officially ruled Crabbe out for Wednesday. Along with Crabbe, DeMarre Carroll is also expected to sit out after recently undergoing ankle surgery, which means the Nets will be thin on depth on the wing. Look for guys like Joe Harris and Caris LeVert to see the biggest uptick in workload for the time being.

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Nets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: Hoping to play in opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hollis-Jefferson (hip) practiced in full Sunday and hopes to play in Wednesday's season opener against the Pistons, Newsday reports. "Whenever they give a green light, we're good," Hollis-Jefferson said of his status. "Because I play so energetic and all over the place, it's definitely good to be in control, understand how you play and get that natural feel back."

At this point, all signs are pointing toward Hollis-Jefferson, who missed all of the preseason, making his return to action Wednesday, but it's unclear whether he'd immediately reclaim his spot in the starting lineup. "We're integrating him slowly," coach Kenny Atkinson said. "He's with the second team right now, but that's nothing set in stone... It was a big setback. I feel bad for him. He worked his tail off all summer." Expect to see Hollis-Jefferson on the floor in what could be a semi-limited role Wednesday, with the expectation that he'll eventually move back into the starting five at power forward.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGRondae Hollis-Jefferson, SF13.9
RPGRondae Hollis-Jefferson, SF6.8
APGSpencer Dinwiddie, PG6.6
FG%Joe Harris, SF49.1
FT%Spencer Dinwiddie, PG81.3
3P%Joe Harris, SF41.9
BLOCKSJarrett Allen, C88
STEALSCaris LeVert, SG82
MPGDeMarre Carroll, SF29.9

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