Kyrie Irving is listed as probable for the match against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday (12/01), as the Brooklyn Nets announced.
Irving has been sidelined for nearly two months due to a right shoulder injury (right shoulder impingement).
Irving’s shoulder problem began with overuse near the end of training camp and got worse early in the regular season. He stopped playing after a November 14 game in Denver.
The six-time All-Star returned to practice on Thursday and is likely he will make his first appearance with the Nets since November.
Brooklyn is at 17-20.