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Nets without four key players vs. Pistons


Posted Nov 24, 2013 2:08 PM

NEW YORK (AP) -- The Brooklyn Nets remained without two starters and two top reserves Sunday when they faced Detroit.

Brook Lopez and Deron Williams both were out again with sprained left ankles. Andrei Kirilenko continues to be sidelined with back spasms, while fellow backup Jason Terry was resting a bruised left knee.

Coach Jason Kidd changed his starting lineup, going with Andray Blatche as the starting center in place of Lopez.

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