Nets' Williams out with wrist problem
New Jersey star Deron Williams did not travel with the team for Wednesday night's game at Detroit because of a lingering problem with his right wrist.
Williams had 21 assists and made a jumper in the final seconds to help New Jersey beat Minnesota 107-105 Tuesday night, but he said after that game he was planning to see a hand and wrist specialist. It's not clear if he'll play again this season.
The team lists the injury as a strained tendon.
The Nets were also without guard Anthony Morrow, who was out with tendinitis in his left knee, and forward Kris Humphries, who had a sprained right ankle and bruised heel.
Detroit's Ben Wallace was out with a sore right knee.