This morning at shootaround, Nets second-year guard Marshon Brooks sprained his ankle and is questionable for tonight’s game in Orlando. He is the third Net to suffer an ankle injury this season, following Gerald Wallace and Josh Childress. Childress will play his first game for Brooklyn tonight, while Wallace is still out with his injury.
If Marshon is not able to play, Tornike Shengelia will take his spot. Toko is listed as inactive right now, along with Gerald Wallace.
Marshon’s injury doesn’t appear to be serious, but a similar injury has kept Wallace out for at least 4 games. Brooks provides an offensive spark off the bench for Brooklyn and hopefully they won’t even need that tonight against an untalented Orlando team.