The Brooklyn Nets returned home from a long 9-game circus road trip, covering over 9,000 miles, only to come home and lose to the Milwaukee Bucks. The good news is, however, they return to action on Tuesday night to take on the 9-win 76ers, a team they lost to twice this season.
On the injury front, there appears to be no timetable for Rondae Hollis-Jefferson's return, as of yet. He's been out of action since December 4, but is back at practice and working on his game and stamina in hopes to get back to the court sooner than later.
Still no update from the #Nets on Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (ankle), who remains out despite returning to practice. Hasn't played since Dec. 4— Mike Mazzeo (@MazzESPN) March 14, 2016
Meanwhile, other players are dealing with a few minor bang ups.
Here's pizza man Mike Mazzeo with more on the Nets' injuries.
Brooklyn hopes to pick up some momentum with a win on Tuesday against the 76ers, as they'll likely have Wayne Ellington back in the starting lineup and Markel Brown coming off the bench, where he's played his best basketball.