Nets guard Jeremy Lin exited Wednesday's opening game against the Pacers in the fourth quarter with an apparent leg injury.
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Lin's right knee will be evaluated on Thursday.
Lin went up for a layup and landed awkwardly on his right leg after the play. As he sat on the floor, Lin appeared to be holding his right knee. He eventually was led back to the locker room but was walking with a visible limp.
In 25:11 on the floor, Lin tallied 18 points and four assists.