Jordan Farmar, who's guaranteed to miss at least the next six games, indicated to Tim Bontemps that his right groin injury could be season-ending. If so, he'd come the fifth Net to sustain a season-ending injury following Damion James, Keith Bogans, Shawne Williams and Mehmet Okur. The Nets are also evaluating Brook Lopez's status.
"I’m not sure how it’s gonna work out," Farmar said when asked he might miss the rest of the season. "When I’m 100 percent, I’ll play. If it’s this season, then I’ll be out there. If not, it’d be unfortunate, but I’d have to look forward."
Farmar has a player option at $4.25 million for next season which he must exercise by June 30.
Groin injury sidelines Nets' Farmar - Tim Bontemps - New York Post