http://www.wokr13.tv/sports/nba/livescores/game.aspx?sched=3206Philadelphia forward Derrick Coleman (knee) and guard Aaron McKie (hamstring) sat out Wednesday's game. McKie, who has not played the last five contests, is expected to miss tonight's game, while Coleman is questionable.
http://www.nypost.com/sports/nets/44656.htmBut now Williams is available after missing 10 games with an injured groin.
"I'm feeling good. I don't think there'll be any problems," Williams said. "I'm back into the fire. I got hurt and other guys picked it up. We have guys out, so everybody has to pick it up."
A-Train has just recovered from a groin pull and Veal is playing injured so maybe Scott wanted to bring them off the bench.Originally posted by <b>jmk</b>!
Scott should get fired for even thinking about starting Rogers, let alone actually doing it.
I'd rather have Armstrong or Zoran or anyone else on the floor, in place of that waste, Rogers. BTW, I know he's somewhat injured, but Veal has sucked it up also. Actualy, everyone has sucked it up tonight.A-Train has just recovered from a groin pull and Veal is playing injured so maybe Scott wanted to bring them off the bench.
I still think Planinic and Pack have the potential of complementing each other. The problem is neither has a reliable jumper, and either would have to play with Harris in significant game situations.Originally posted by <b>schub</b>!
Planinic was only in for garbage time, and not enough that you could get a good read on him. On his first touch, he was a little out of control going towards the basket and threw it away. His 2 points were on an uncontested lay-up on a fast break feed from Pack.
Armstrong looked terrible. He shot 3 line-drive 3-pointers that each hit the front of the rim.