Andrei Kirilenko remains out indefinitely for Brooklyn NetsPosted by Inside Hoops
Here’s the New York Post on Booklyn Nets forward Andrei Kirilenko, who remains out with no clear return date in sight:
He can’t get on the floor, unfortunately for him and the Nets, managing just 51 minutes across four games this season.
Since going down with back spasms prior to a preseason game against the Pistons on Oct. 12, Kirilenko has been in and out of the lineup with one reoccurrence after another.
After missing the remainder of the preseason, as well as the season-opener, with his initial bout of back spasms, Kirilenko returned to play in the Nets’ home-opening win over the Heat. Then, after playing in a loss to Orlando and a win over Utah, he played the first half of the Nets’ overtime loss in Washington before his back seized up on him again.
He hasn’t played since.