Nets without Kyrie Irving vs. Pacers due to groin soreness

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Kyrie Irving jumper vs. Celtics close shot
Kyrie Irving jumper vs. Celtics close shot

The Nets announced star PG Kyrie Irving will be out Wednesday night's game against the Indiana Pacers due to right groin soreness.

So James Harden will be the only member of the Big Three in Brooklyn to play, as Kevin Durant remains out with his left hamstring strain. Blake Griffin is also out with "left knee management."

This latest injury from Irving comes after dropping 34 points on 13-for-18 shooting in the win over the Knicks on Monday night.

But Harden has held it down before when both Irving and Durant were out. His latest game, though Irving was playing, saw another triple-double come his way with 21 points, 15 assists and 14 boards. "The Beard" has four triple-doubles in his last five games.