Brook Lopez stayed with the Brooklyn Nets through thick and thin since he was drafted in 2008. With the ongoing rebuild in the team and entry of new star player Jeremy Lin, rumors are widespread that the long-term partnership will end into an ugly breakup.
Jeremy Lin's return to New York City via the Brooklyn Nets has generated much attention. Along with the point guard's much-hyped arrival for the 2016-17 NBA season is the looming comparison between him and Brook Lopez, the team's longest-tenured center.
The Nets need center Brook Lopez to do bigger things than ever this upcoming season. If the offseason so far is any indication, he appears willing and able. Here’s the New York Post reporting: Lopez trains amid rookies, returning teammates and free-agent signees, some he helped recruit after sitting with team brass in free-agency meetings. That’s new, too. He [...]
It’s going to take multiple seasons to make real progress, but the Nets are trying to rebuild. They recently traded Thaddeus Young, waived Jarrett Jack, and now are built around center Brook Lopez and a team of backups. Point guard Jeremy Lin is also considered backup material, but on a nearly empty roster starter-wise, well, [...]
Identical twins get mixed up all the time. It’s pretty much inevitable. Thus, Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg can play this off as an honest mistake, right? “You look at Brook Lopez, a guy that I’ve always thought very highly of,” Hoiberg said Monday. “… I think he’s terrific.” Problem is, the Bulls just […]
Fred Hoiberg said he's excited to coach Brook Lopez. The Bulls acquired Robin Lopez. — Chris Emma (@CEmma670) June 27, 2016 We’ve all been there before. Sometime in your life you will meet two brothers and accidentally call one of them by the other’s name. Show More Summary
First look inside the new Shanghai Disney Resort June 15, 2016, 8:08 p.m. After five years of construction, $5.5 billion in spending and a month of testing to work out the kinks, Shanghai Disney Resort opens to the public at noon, Shanghai time, on Thursday, June 16 (which is 9 p.m. Wednesday in...
The Brooklyn Nets are no longer in playoff contention, which is why the team decided to shut down front line players Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young.
The Nets lost their fifth straight game after announcing that Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young would sit out the rest of the season.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez will reportedly be shut down for the remainder of the season, according to Sarah Kustok of YES Network and Mike Mazzeo of ESPN. Lopez, 28, has averaged 20.6 points, 7.8 rebounds, two assists and 1.7 blocks in 33.7 minutes per game this season. Show More Summary
Brooklyn Nets forward Thaddeus Young has reportedly been shut down for the remainder of the season despite the fact that he is currently healthy and available to play. Mike Mazzeo of ESPN reported the news, noting Brook Lopez is also...Show More Summary
Hassan Whiteside added a career-high 27 points off the bench for Miami. Brook Lopez led the Nets with 26 points.
Lopez scored 23 points, and the Nets beat the Indiana Pacers, 120-110, on Saturday night at Barclays Center.
Brook Lopez scored 23 points, Bojan Bogdanovic added 18, and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Indiana Pacers 120-110 on Saturday night.
Despite a game-high 30 points from LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers suffered a 104-95 road loss Thursday night to the Brooklyn Nets. Center Brook Lopez led the way for BK The post WATCH: LeBron James Drops 30 Points in Loss to Nets appeared first on SLAMonline.
Brook Lopez scored 22 points and the Brooklyn Nets blew by LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the fourth quarter for a 104-95 victory Thursday night.
Brook Lopez is out of the lineup for the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night against Detroit because of a virus.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has fallen ill and will miss at least one game as he recovers. Continue for updates. Lopez Out vs. Pistons Saturday, March 19 According to Aaron McMann of the MLive Media Group, Willie Reed will start in Lopez's place. Lopez is no stranger to missing time due to injury. Show More Summary
New York Knicks 7'3" rookie phenom Kristaps Porzingis has started his NBA career playing the power forward position next to center Brook Lopez while exhibiting his mid- to long-range shooting ability from the field. In the final stretch...Show More Summary