Brook Lopez OK, Devin Harris Iffy For New Jersey Nets Friday

November 4th, 2010 by Ryan Comstock Leave a reply »
It's a mixed bag of news for the New Jersey Nets on Thursday.

According to The Star-Ledger, point guard Devin Harris has a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder, which he hurt when he collided with Stephen Jackson of the Charlotte Bobcats near mid-court on Wednesday. 

It is not his shooting arm.

Also, after a scare at the end of Wednesday's game, when, while diving for a loose ball, Brook Lopez had his left arm trapped between the floor and 'Cats guard D.J. Augustin, Lopez was able to practice fully on Thursday and will not miss any time.

There is little question about Harris' talent, but his ability to stay healthy for an entire season has become the main detraction for him as a player.

He has never played a full 82 games in his six-year career, and only once has he played more than 76 games.

Harris is adamant that he will play against Orlando on Friday, but coach Avery Johnson is not so sure. He did not practice Thursday and is officially listed as questionable.

Harris is averaging 18.8 PPG this year, while shooting 52 percent from the field and 41.7 percent on threes. He is also averaging 8 ...

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