Andrei Kirilenko F PHI 8 Days

Kirilenko, who is expected to be traded to the 76ers and subsequently waived, is not expected to remain in the NBA in the short-term, Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today reports.

A deal should be finalized Thursday sending Kirilenko to the 76ers, who will waive him immediately. The veteran has played sparingly in just seven games this season after appearing in 45 last season, his first with the Nets. Kirilenko has been away from the team of late dealing with a family matter, so the 33-year-old is expected to take some time away from the game, though he could sign on with a team later in the season.

Andrei Kirilenko F PHI 8 Days

Kirilenko will be waived, and effectively become a free agent, after he is dealt to the Sixers, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Kirilenko's trade to the Sixers is expected to be finalized Thursday, but with Philly having no need for a washed up veteran, they will allow him to hit the open market. Any fantasy value for the 33-year-old will likely be dependent on his ultimate landing spot.

Andrei Kirilenko F PHI 8 Days

The Nets are expected to finalize a deal Thursday to send Kirilenko to the Sixers, ESPN's Mike Mazzeo reports.

The deal was originally reported by Yahoo! Sports. Kirilenko wasn't expected to travel with the team any time soon while dealing with a family matter, but the Nets' patience appears to finally be wearing thin. When he does make his return to the court, he'll likely see a more prominent role on the lowly Sixers. The deal will save the Nets roughly $12 million in salary and luxury tax, and will likely also send a draft pick to Philadelphia.

Andrei Kirilenko F PHI 17 Days

Kirilenko (personal) is unlikely to travel with the Nets for the foreseeable future, Andy Vasquez of The Record reports.

Kirilenko has been away from the team of late but returned to practice Monday. However, it's very unlikely he works his way back into the rotation, especially given the complicated situation surrounding his personal issue, which will apparently prevent him from joining the team on the road. At this point, the Nets will likely look to move Kirilenko, though it remains to be seen whether the veteran's off-the-court situation will permit that.

Andrei Kirilenko F PHI 23 Days

Kirilenko (personal) did not practice Tuesday, Newsday's Rod Boone reports.

Kirilenko has now missed two straight days of practice and is believed to be away from the team due to his displeasure with coach Lionel Hollins. Hollins said he doesn't know when Kirilenko will be back with the Nets, but the forward can be ignored across all formats until further notice.

Andrei Kirilenko F PHI 24 Days

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 PHI 27 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 PHI 27 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 PHI 1 Month

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 PHI 3 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.