The Nets announced today that rookie shooting guard MarShon Brooks is out indefinitely with a broken pinky toe. This injury comes on the heels of Brooks’ sore left Achilles tendon, which caused him to sit out a week until playing limited time against the Raptors last night.
Brooks is now the third Nets player and projected starter to go down with a foot injury, after Brook Lopez and Damion James both required surgery to mend broken fifth metatarsals.
There is currently no timetable for Brooks’ return, and won’t be until he visits a specialist.
— Marshon S. Brooks (@Marshon2) January 30, 2012