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Brook Lopez Sprains Right Ankle, Out 3 Weeks

Brook Lopez has a sprained right ankle and will miss three weeks, the team announced. It's just the latest injury for the big man, who didn't make his season debut until Feb. 19 after suffering a stress fracture in the preseason.

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Brook Lopez Injury Update: Nets Center To Miss 3 More Weeks, Team Announces

Brook Lopez has been limited to just five games with the New Jersey Nets this season and it looks like he'll be missing quite a few more. The Nets announced on Monday that Lopez has a sprained right ankle and will be out for at least three weeks, at which point he'll be re-evaluated.

That timeline would keep Lopez out through the March 15 trade deadline, which almost certainly means that he'll be staying put. When Lopez has been healthy this year, he has been solid, although his rebounding is down significantly from previous years. The seven-footer is averaging 19.2 points and 3.6 rebounds per game. Last year, he averaged 20.4 points and 6.0 rebounds while the year before it was 18.8 and 8.6.

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