After making his Nets debut Friday in Toronto, Jahlil Okafor will have to wait at least another game for his Brooklyn debut — or perhaps longer.

Okafor did not play in Sunday’s 109-97 loss to the Pacers at Barclays Center, with Kenny Atkinson saying the newly acquired big man not only had to get in sync with his teammates, but in better game shape.

“I talked to Jahlil, had a great conversation with him. The plan going forward is a couple things. We need to help him get in better condition, that’s first off,” Atkinson said. “We need to integrate him more into the system. It’s going to take some time. I’m not going to give you a date but it’s a strategic plan, just like we’ve done with all our guys, integrating guys into the team. It’s going to take some time.”

Okafor logged 22 ½ minutes Friday, but had played just 25 previously all season, and none since Nov. 9. Atkinson knows integrating Okafor’s post-up game will take work as well.

“I do think we want to use all our players’ strengths to the best of their ability, right? Put them in a position to succeed. I need to get to know both [Nik] Stauskas and Okafor better to know how to use them. And I do think we’ll have to tweak some things for both of them to use their strengths better. We’re not going to tell a guy if he can’t stretch the floor ‘Hey go out there and stretch the floor.’ “With Jahlil we’ll have to figure it out. My gut is it’s going to be closer to the basket [than Tyler Zeller and Timofey Mozgov], getting that dunker position, that Gretzky position behind the basket. You know he’s got real, real great hands; get him in the pick-and-roll a little more and use his strengths. We’re going to have to adjust some things for the benefit of both those guys.”