Nets welcome Caris LeVert back to Barclays Center with tribute video

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Caris LeVert will have to wait a little longer before he plays in front of Nets fans again, but the former Brooklyn guard was able to make his return to Barclays Center with his new team on Wednesday. LeVert is still sidelined after undergoing surgery on his kidney following the James Harden trade, but that didn’t mean the Nets couldn’t make LeVert feel at home in the building where he began his NBA career.

In between the first and second quarter of Wednesday’s game, the Nets played a tribute video for the Indiana Pacers guard on the Jumbotron at Barclays Center.

Of LeVert’s 225 games in a Nets uniform, 114 were played at home. In those games, he shot 43.7% from the floor and 35.8% from deep, averaging 13.7 points per game. Overall, LeVert averaged 13.1 points per game on 43.3% shooting (33.9% from three) while with the Nets.

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