The Nets announced Wednesday afternoon that Devin Harris has a left knee strain. He will miss the next two games (Wednesday vs. Oklahoma City and Friday at Charlotte) and then be re-evaluated. Harris was injured in the third quarter of Tuesday's loss in New York, when Kris Humphries landed on top of him, attempting to block a shot.
When Colin Stephenson asked Avery Johnson about bringing Terrence Williams back from the D-League, the coach said that the team would re-evaluate the situation after Wednesday's game vs. the Thunder. Williams is expected to play his first game with the Springfield Armor on Thursday night.
Devin Harris Medical Update - New Jersey Nets
- Devin Harris has a strained left knee; will miss next two games - Colin Stephenson - Star-Ledger
- Harris is out at least two games with knee strain - Ian Begley - ESPN New York
- Nets' Harris has knee strain, will miss two games - Brian Lewis - New York Post Nets Blog
- NETS: Nets Practice Report - Wednesday, December 1 - Ben Couch - New Jersey Nets
Springfield Armor armed with new weapons for D-League game - Jeff Thomas - Springfield Republican