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News » New Jersey Nets Roster Report 2009-11-02

New Jersey Nets Roster Report 2009-11-02

New Jersey Nets Roster Report 2009-11-02ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Rafer Alston, Shooting guard Courtney Lee, Small forward Chris Douglas-Roberts, Power forward Yi Jianlian, Center Brook Lopez. Bench -- Forward/Guard Terrence Williams, Forward Bobby Simmons, Center Josh Boone, Forward Eduardo Najera.


--F Chris Douglas-Roberts was confused after two games. The Nets' leading scorer in preseason at 18.0 per, Douglas-Roberts had only 14 points in two games covering 60 minutes. "I'm playing the same way I've been playing (in) practices, the whole preseason. I'm coming out with the same mentality every game," Douglas-Roberts said after two games. Finally, there was an offensive breakout in the third game -- 25 points. But it came on a night when the Nets were dreadful defensively, surrendering 123 points.

--G Courtney Lee admits he is adjusting to his new role in New Jersey. On paper and at first glance, it's ideal for any player: Lee has gone from supporting cast player in Orlando to go-to guy type in New Jersey. "It's a little different from last year where I was going to get open shots due to double teams ... or I was going to slash or be a defender and let my defense lead to my offense," Lee said. "So it's a lot different role this year where I'm involved on the offensive end so making that adjustment back to being a natural scorer like I was in college is coming along." Lee has shot 13 of 41 (.317).

--G Devin Harris is down because of a sore groin that plagued him in preseason and kept him out of the final three-plus games. He said this time, he will be certain he's okay before trying to play. "At this point, before I come back I've got to feel nothing," Harris said. "Even after a few days, if I feel good I think we're going to take ample time really just to let it heal."


--G Devin Harris is the latest casualty, out at least seven-to-10 days with a sore right groin. Harris originally injured the groin in a preseason game Oct. 13.

--F Jarvis Hayes exited Wednesday's game after just 2:20 with a left hamstring injury. Although the Nets feared worse, an additional exam revealed a strain, not a tear. Still, Hayes is out for two-to-three weeks.

--G Keyon Dooling (hip surgery rehab) underwent an arthroscopic procedure after last season. He is working his way back and has targeted mid-to-late November for his return.

--F/C Tony Battie underwent an MRI on his sore right knee this week and no structural damage was found. But Battie will seek a second opinion next week as to a course of action regarding his recovery. There is no timetable for a return.

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