Jarrett Jack missed the Nets' opening night game against the Bulls on Wednesday because of a hamstring injury that has plagued him for the past couple of weeks.
Now, though, the Nets' starting point guard is back for Friday's game against the Spurs...at least it appears.
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From Andy Vasquez of the Bergen Record:
Jack may not be a starting-caliber point guard, but he remains essential for this team. When he sat Wednesday evening, the Nets ran our a backcourt of Shane Larkin and Wayne Ellington, who guards who might be better off served as backups, if not third-string players. Jack, at the very least, is a competent NBA player.