Nets rookie MarShon Brooks has broken little toe

New Jersey Nets rookie guard MarShon Brooks has a broken little

toe on his right foot and will miss Tuesday’s game against the

Indiana Pacers.

Nets coach Avery Johnson disclosed the injury Monday and said

Brooks would be seen by doctors Monday night.

It is not immediately known how long Brooks will be sidelined.

He scored six points in Sunday night’s 94-73 loss to the Toronto

Raptors. Johnson was not sure when he was hurt.

The toe was swollen when Brooks reported to work on Monday.

Brooks is the Nets’ second leading scorer, averaging 14.8 points

in 17 games, including nine starts. He had missed the previous

three games with a sore Achilles tendon.

Guard DeShawn Stevenson also will miss the Pacers’ game with a

swollen knee.