The Brooklyn Nets will be without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant for the first time this season on Monday night when they host the Memphis Grizzlies.

The Nets listed Irving as out due to “rest — right shoulder recovery” while the team said that Durant will miss the game due to “injury recovery — right Achilles tendon surgery.”

The news comes on the heels of the Nets announcing on Monday that guard Spencer Dinwiddie partially tore his right anterior cruciate ligament. The Nets said further updates will be issued following surgery, which is scheduled for next week.

On Sunday, the Nets got another big night from Irving and Durant but wound up taking their first loss when their comeback from a 16-point deficit fell short in a 106-104 loss at Charlotte. Durant scored 29 points but missed a game-tying fadeaway with seven seconds remaining while Irving finished with 25.

Irving, 28, sports team-leading totals in points per game (29.3) and assists (6.0).

Durant, 32, is averaging 26.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and a team-best 1.7 steals.