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New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-03

New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-03--G Devin Harris was re-examined by a specialist in Chicago, and the findings confirmed the original diagnosis and prognosis, that the All-Star point guard has suffered a strained right groin and is now listed as "out indefinitely." Originally, Harris estimated through doctors' reports that he would be out at least seven to 10 days.

"It's the groin (injury). I don't think there's any magical treatment. It's just going to take time," said coach Lawrence Frank, whose Nets were without Harris, Keyon Dooling (hip surgery rehab), Jarvis Hayes (hamstring) and Tony Battie (knee). "We should call this 'General Hospital' instead of the New Jersey Nets. Man, I've got to get a medical degree," Frank said.

To complicate matters further, forward Yi Jianlian sprained his right knee Monday and was scheduled for an MRI Tuesday.

--F Chris Douglas-Roberts took a shot at his teammates Saturday after he was victimized by a foul -- one of several doled out by the Wizards -- and there was no retaliation by any of the Nets' bigs.

"It's pretty much understood. There's nothing to talk about," Douglas-Roberts said, noting his teammates had not addressed his gripes with him. "I didn't say anything about injuring nobody. That's the unwritten rule. You've got to protect each other. They gave us two hard ones. We didn't give them any. That's a sign of weakness in the NBA."

QUOTE TO NOTE: "Got nothing to lose. We can't get any worse." -- Center Brook Lopez, talking about the Nets' optimism entering Monday's game at Charlotte despite an 0-3 record. Things did get worse -- they're 0-4 after losing again.

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