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DETROIT (AP) - Quincy Acy sat out the Brooklyn Nets' game Wednesday night at Detroit because of a sprained right middle finger.
The Nets also were without Caris LeVert, who was evaluated for a possible concussion after being knocked out of Tuesday night's game against Houston by a pick by Nene.
The Pistons are still without point guard Reggie Jackson, who is sidelined because of a sprained right ankle.
Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson said before the game that LeVert was still being evaluated. He is also listed with a sprained right knee.
Acy is averaging 5.7 points.