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Mon, Nov 28
vs Orlando Magic (5-16)
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102
Final
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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
17-4 9-1 W4
12-9 7-3 W3
11-9 5-5 W2
11-11 6-4 W2
9-11 4-6 L2

Top T.J. Warren News

  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Season debut on deck

    Warren (foot) is targeting a home game against the Raptors on Dec. 2 as his potential season debut, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    Whenever he's available, Warren will be making his first appearance in an NBA game since Dec. 29, 2020. The veteran wing showed out at the NBA bubble in Orlando during the restart of the 2019-20 season while playing for the Pacers, but it's unclear if he'll be able to return to that level of play after undergoing two different surgeries to address stress fractures to his left foot. He'll likely be under a strict minutes limit and will presumably be available for one half of back-to-back sets in his initial action with Brooklyn.

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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Practicing against players

    Warren (foot) has progressed from practicing against coaches to practicing against players, Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News reports.

    Warren is still without a firm timetable, but this update is encouraging and signals his return may arrive soon. Once available, he'll presumably be competing for minutes against Yuta Watanabe, Markieff Morris and Royce O'Neale.

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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Nearing return to practice

    Warren (foot) has resumed taking part in on-court contact work and will build up to participating in practices with teammates over the next week or two, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports.

    Warren hasn't played an NBA game since Dec. 29, 2020, while recovering from two surgeries to address stress fractures in his left foot. Former Nets head coach Steve Nash said prior to the start of the season that Warren would likely make his 2022-23 debut in November, but the veteran forward doesn't look like he'll be ready to do that until the final week of the month, if not the early part of December. Because of his lengthy time away from the court, Warren will likely face significant playing-time restrictions once he's cleared to play and may struggle to attain fantasy relevance outside of the deepest leagues.

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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Still out, timeline unclear

    Warren (foot) will remain out for Monday's game against the Mavericks.

    Early on in training camp, former head coach Steve Nash said that Warren was on track to make his Nets debut at some point in November, but Brooklyn hasn't provided a concrete update on the forward's status with the calendar having recently flipped over from October. For his part, Warren told Brian Lewis of the New York Post on Oct. 23 that he's "progressing" and "on track" in his recovery from surgeries to address consecutive stress fractures in his left foot, which have limited him to just four appearances since the start of the 2020-21 season. With the Nets having yet to indicate that Warren has resumed full-contact, full-court practices, he can probably be ruled out for the entirety of the team's upcoming four-game week.

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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Unlikely to play until November

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Wednesday that Warren (foot) is unlikely to play until at least November, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

    Warren has appeared in just four games over the past two seasons due to two stress fractures in his left foot. He inked a one-year deal with the Nets this offseason, but he's already off to a rocky start and faces another lengthy absence. When available, Warren can be a potent scorer off the bench for Brooklyn, but it's unclear when exactly he'll be able to contribute.

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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Still not cleared for training camp

    Warren said at a press conference Monday that his foot is fully healed, but he hasn't been cleared for full basketball activities yet, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports.

    Warren has appeared in just four games over the subsequent two campaigns due to two stress fractures in his left foot. He signed a one-year, prove-it deal with the Nets this offseason, but he's already off to a rocky start after likely missing extended time during training camp. If available, Warren can be an efficient scorer off the bench for Brooklyn in 2022-23, but it's unclear when he'll be able to suit up this year.

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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Lands in Brooklyn

    Warren (foot) agreed Tuesday with the Nets on a one-year deal, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Since he was one of the standout performers at the NBA bubble in Orlando during the resumption of the 2019-20 season, Warren has appeared in just four games over the subsequent two campaigns. Though he's now fully recovered from the two stress fractures in his left foot that kept him sidelined for extended time the past two years, Warren's injury history likely played a part in him settling for a one-year, prove-it deal with Brooklyn. Warren's outlook for the upcoming campaign will likely hinge on whether Kevin Durant and/or Kyrie Irving are moved elsewhere this summer, but if the Nets' current core remains in place, the 28-year-old Warren may have to settle for a role on the second unit. Warren has been an efficient scorer throughout his career, and he showcased more range in his last two full seasons, converting more than 40 percent of his three-point attempts with the Suns in 2018-19 and the Pacers in 2019-20.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-8, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Durham, NC
Age: 29
School: NC State
Experience: 7