|Date of Birth||8/25/1994|
|Height, Weight||6'7", 203 lbs|
|Drafted||2016 - Rd 1 by IND|
|1||New York notes: Knicks, Nets set for lineup changes|
|2||Central Notes: Nance Jr. transitioning from L.A., Dinwiddie's skills challenge, Bulls|
|3||Brooklyn Nets: Spencer Dinwiddie wins Skills Challenge|
|4||Atlantic notes: Dinwiddie, Marks, Irving, Ntilikina|
|5||New York Notes: Mudiay's future, Kornet debut, reacclimating Russell, Dinwiddie stays put|
LeVert (knee) went through parts of Wednesday's practice, though will not play during Thursday's contest against the Hornets, Bryan Fonseca of the Queens Ledger reports.
LeVert, despite the extended rest due to the All-Star break, will miss a fifth straight contest while recovering from a right knee sprain. In his absence, Joe Harris and Allen Crabbe should continue seeing extended run.
LeVert (knee) will remain out through the All-Star break, Anthony Puccio of NetsDaily.com reports.
The Nets have no reason to rush LeVert back and with the All-Star break coming at the end of the week, this should allow him extended time off to make a full recovery. That should mean a Feb. 22 matchup against the Hornets is LeVert's next opportunity to take the court, though his availability likely won't be known until gameday approaches. With LeVert sidelined the next two games, Joe Harris and Allen Crabbe should continue to get big minutes on the wing.
LeVert (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Clippers, Alex Labidou of the Nets' official site reports.
LeVert has been cleared of a concussion that he suffered on Tuesday but is still dealing with a right knee sprain. Look for Allen Crabbe -- who lead the Nets in scoring on Saturday with 28 points (10-24 FT, 8-18 3Pt) across 44 minutes -- to continue to see an uptick in action with LeVert sidelined.
LeVert (knee/concussion), who has been ruled out of Saturday's contest against the Pelicans, has passed concussion protocol, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Despite recovering from his concussion, LeVert is still dealing with a knee injury that will keep him out of Saturday's tilt. As a result, Joe Harris and Allen Crabbe should continue being the main beneficiaries of his absence.
LeVert (knee/concussion) will not play in Saturday's game against the Pelicans, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
There hasn't been any real update on LeVert as he continues to make his way through concussion protocol while nursing a right knee sprain, but it doesn't look like he is on the cusp of making a return. Both Allen Crabbe and Joe Harris should continue to see extended minutes in LeVert's absence.