NEWARK, N.J. -- The New Jersey Nets will be without starting power forward Kris Humphries for at least the next two games, head coach Avery Johnson said before Sunday evening's game against the Miami Heat.
"He feels a little better," Johnson said. "But not good enough to play."
Brandan Wright started in Humphries' place.
Humphries is averaging career-highs in both points (10.0) and rebounds (10.4) for the Nets (23-52).
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