Nets full injury report for Saturday’s matchup at Pacers

The Brooklyn Nets, 3.5 games behind the Atlanta Hawks for the 10th and final seed in the Eastern Conference play-in tournament heading into Friday’s slate of games, have an important matchup at the Indiana Pacers on Saturday. The good thing is, Brooklyn will be fully-healthy for the game, all things considering.

In the Nets’ initial injury report that was released on Friday, the only players who will not be available, not including players that are already ruled out for the rest of this season in Ben Simmons and Dariq Whitehead, will be in the G League. That means that Brooklyn will be able to go into their normal nine-man rotation and will be basically full-strength against a tough opponent.

The most likely starting lineup for the Nets against the Pacers will be Dennis Schroder, Cam Thomas, Mikal Bridges, Dorian Finney-Smith, and Nic Claxton. It is notable that Noah Clowney is still in the G League given how well he has been playing for Long Island recently.

It seems that Jalen Wilson has become a steady part of the rotation as he is averaging 14.5 minutes per game since the All-Star break. Other than that, it should be expected to see Cam Johnson, Dennis Smith Jr. and Day’Ron Sharpe in the rotation as well.

Story originally appeared on Nets Wire