The Nets can snap a skid against one of the worst teams in the NBA, but they’ll have to do it without Deron Williams and Brook Lopez.
Brook Lopez has noticed the differences.
The ESPN report that broke news of the Brooklyn Nets making available their three stars, Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez, led teams to believe that Brooklyn is going to attempt to blow up its team and start over. However, there is more to the report than the Nets looking to rebuild. Show More Summary
Lopez has missed four straight games with injury and it may not be a coincidence the Nets offense has started to look better. Back-to-back wins for the Nets without Brook Lopez has brought a troubling view into the light: Brooklyn wins...Show More Summary
Here’s ESPN New York reporting on the Brooklyn Nets, who are 8-12, just traded unused bench player Andrei Kirilenko to the 76ers today, and lately have been playing without the services of injured center Brook Lopez: The Brooklyn Nets have gotten off to a terrible start — and their coach wants more. “We’re not a team that can play [...]
Whether it's because of a plethora of injuries, team-wide struggles or just the need to fill in a spot on the roster, some of the NBA's most notable names have already been thrust onto the trading block. Some of the biggest midseason...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets are planning to trade their All-Star trio Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson and Deron Williams to any interested teams.
In the season Mikhail Prokhorov vowed his team would win a title, the Nets are exploring ways to blow it all up.
The Nets have made Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez available via trade, according to sources of ESPN. Although no deal is considered imminent, the Nets have long been disappointed with […] The post Report: Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez on Trade Block appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Brooklyn Nets have reportedly put small forward Joe Johnson on the trading block alongside point guard Deron Williams and center Brook Lopez, according to a report from ESPN.com’s Marc Stein and Ohm Youngmisuk : Johnson is currently dealing with flu-like symptoms and missed Monday’s game, according to Mike Mazzeo of ESPNNewYork.com. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets are off to a lackluster 8-11 start and now it sounds like a major shakeup may be on the horizon. Brook Lopez is one of the big names reportedly on the trade block. Marc Stein and Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN.com report no...Show More Summary
Brooklyn is reportedly willing to break up its expensive team, but finding a taker for all three cornerstones will be challenging. The meandering, expensive Brooklyn Nets have put all their key players on the trade block, according to ESPN's Marc Stein and Ohm Youngmusic. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets announced Sunday that center Brook Lopez will miss a week of action due to a lower back strain. The injury-prone Lopez has averaged 16.1 points and 6.2 […] The post Brook Lopez to Miss a Week With Back Strain appeared first on SLAMonline.
Brooklyn Nets fans have read this story before. Brook Lopez is set to miss time with injury. According to Sean Highkin of Pro Basketball Talk, Lopez had an MRI, which showed he's suffering from a lower back strain. The Nets will have...Show More Summary
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has a strained lower back and will miss at least a week.
Brook Lopez will miss at least the next four games, including Monday against the Cavaliers, because of a back strain uncovered by an MRI.
It may not be much and it was way harder than it should‘ve been. But it’s still a title -- the Nets are not the worst team in New York.
It's Year 3 of a Brooklyn experiment centered around the highest-paid trio in the NBA, and GM Billy King is no longer expressing confidence that Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez are capable of getting it done together.
It’s hard sometimes to remember that Brook Lopez was an NBA All-Star, and a deserving one at that, just two years ago.
Thunder PG Reggie Jackson played the pick and roll perfectly with teammate Steven Adams on this play in the third quarter of Friday’s 94-92 loss in Brooklyn. Jackson blew past […] The post Reggie Jackson Dunks on Brook Lopez (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.