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News » New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-07

New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-07

New Jersey Nets Notes, Quotes 2009-11-07--The Nets apparently are determined to get their money's worth from their players. Even the ones who don't play.

The team announced that starting with Saturday's home game against the Celtics, players not in uniform, including the injured ones -- and the Nets have a large collection of those -- will meet and greet fans at restaurants and lounges in the Izod Center before the game. The players are scheduled for their hospitality chores from 6:15 to 6:45 p.m.

"If our players can't be on the court due to an injury, they still want to be visible and engage with the fans in the arena," Nets' team president Rod Thorn said in a statement.

--C Brook Lopez was the only starter from opening night who was healthy by the end of Friday's loss in Philadelphia. That's only six games.

And while some players are making progress, the Nets' lone All-Star, Devin Harris, issued an ominous prognosis, far worth from the original forecast that he would be out 7-10 days. Harris on Thursday said he could be out an additional 2-4 weeks.

"It could take four weeks to heal. If I come back in two weeks and I still feel it, I'm going to take the next two weeks. I'm hoping to be back in two weeks," Harris said.

QUOTE TO NOTE: "Maybe in my CYO and JCC days. But no, this is very unusual." -- Coach Lawrence Frank asked if he ever has witnessed a rash of injuries like the one that started in preseason and left the Nets with just eight players, out of 15, Friday night.

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