Nets injury update: Andrei Kirilenko and Jason Terry out at least 1 more week

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In addition to the Kirilenko and Terry injuries, Deron Williams will be re-evaluated Monday and Brook Lopez could return on Friday.

Brooklyn Nets veterans Andrei Kirilenko and Jason Terry are out at least another week with their respective injuries, according to Tim Bontemps of the New York Post.

Kirilenko has only played in four games this season due to a back injury. The 32-year-old hasn't seen the court since Nov. 8 and only played in 13.3 minutes per contest in those four games.

Terry has managed to play in 11 games this season, but he hasn't played since Nov. 20 due to a knee injury. The 36-year-old is averaging 5.3 points on 38.9 percent shooting in 17.4 minutes per game.

The Kirilenko and Terry injuries have been just two of the key injuries the Nets have dealt with during the early going of their disastrous start. The more high profile injuries, of course, are to Deron Williams and Brook Lopez. Williams won't play Friday against the Houston Rockets and will be re-evaluated Monday, while Lopez is a game-time decision with his ankle injury in Houston.

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