Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 5 Hrs

Kirilenko did not practice Monday, the Wall Street Journal's Alex Raskin reports.

He is feuding with coach Lionel Hollins right now, and is away from the team. Consider him out indefinitely.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 2 Days

Kirilenko (personal) is not currently with the Nets as it appears that the 33-year-old has fallen out of favor with coach Lionel Hollins, The Record reports. When asked when Kirilenko would return to the team, Hollins said he had "no idea" of when that might happen.

Kirilenko was averaging just 5.1 minutes on the court over the seven games that he played in this season. In fact, he was a healthy inactive for the two games before he departed the team. At this point, Kirilenko might not get back on the court until he's found another team to play for.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 3 Days

Kirilenko will not be with the team for their two game road trip for personal reasons, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.

The Nets have back-to-back road games coming up, with Kirilenko's next chance to return when the team travels to Philadelphia. Even when he does come back, AK-47 has not played enough to warrant much fantasy consideration.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 7 Days

Kirilenko was a healthy inactive for Monday's game against the Heat, the New York Post reports.

Kirilenko is averaging just 5.1 minutes on the court over the seven games that he's been called into action. This certainly makes the 33-year-old a last resort on the waiver wire at this point in the season unless things change in Brooklyn.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 2 Months

Kirilenko (back) was a full participant in Saturday's practice, the New York Post's Tim Bontemps reports.

He had been limited with a back issue, but it seems like he's fairly healthy now, which is a good omen for a Nets team that may ask more of the veteran forward in 2014-15.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 2 Months

Kirilenko (back) participated in the non-contact portion of practice Thursday, Tim Bontemps of the New York Post reports.

Kirilenko is expected to remain limited for another week or so as he continues to deal with a tight back, an injury that plagued him throughout last season. As such, the Nets will bring him along slowly in an effort to avoid it becoming a recurring issue during the regular season.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 2 Months

Kirilenko will be sidelined for 7-10 days with "tightness" in his back, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.

Kirilenko has been troubled with injuries since joining the Nets and this news doesn't bode well for his draft stock. It was announced Saturday that he was running with the starters although Joe Johnson seems to be the likely candidate at small forward. The 33-year-old's time off seems to be more precautionary than anything, but it certainly should scare away potential owners that are aware of his recent injury woes, despite getting looks in the starting five.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 2 Months

Kirilenko ran with the starters Saturday in practice, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.

This just makes the Nets' projected rotation a little bit more confusing, as coach Lionel Hollins state earlier this week that Joe Johnson will be the small forward to start camp. It would seem like Kirilenko belongs in the Nets' best starting five, but it's still a little unclear how the rotation will shake out. Either way, give Kirilenko a slight bump in expected value if he continues to run with the starters.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 2 Months

Kirilenko worked with the starters during Saturday's practice session, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.

It was reported Friday that Joe Johnson would open camp as the Nets' starting small forward, but it was Kirilenko who got the nod Saturday, so it would appear there remains some uncertainty about exactly who will make up the Nets' starting five.

Andrei Kirilenko F BKN 4 Months

Andrei Kirilenko stated in a recent interview that the Nets goal for next season is to win a championship.

"We intend to seriously compete for the title," said Kirilenko. He also took a subtle jab at Jason Kidd stating: "When Kidd led the team, no one knew what to expect from him. It is clear that he had huge experience as a player, but there was no coaching experience. No one knows how we will sparkle with Lionel. Maybe it's better. Maybe worse. But we do know one thing - Hollins, unlike Kidd, has vast experience of coaching. And he perfectly represents what we need to do and how to build a team game."