The Brooklyn Nets announced Thursday night that center Brook Lopez has had yet another foot-related setback.

The big fella suffered a mild sprain of his right foot Wednesday night, in a preseason game versus the Sacramento Kings.

Lopez will be sidelined for roughly a couple of weeks.

From the press release:

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez sustained a mild right midfoot sprain in the first quarter of the Nets’ preseason contest against Sacramento on October 15th, Nets General Manager Billy King has announced.

 

Statement from Nets Medical Director Dr. Riley Williams III: “Brook Lopez experienced right foot soreness after being stepped on during the pre-season game against the Kings Wednesday night. X-ray and CT scan studies done Thursday in New York reveal no fractures or bone injuries. Brook has been diagnosed with a mild midfoot sprain and is likely to be out for approximately 10-14 days.”