It’s hard sometimes to remember that Brook Lopez was an NBA All-Star, and a deserving one at that, just two years ago.
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With Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook injured, Reggie Jackson is doing everything he can to get the Oklahoma City Thunder out of their slump. Jackson made a great move to the basket against the Brooklyn Nets on Friday, finishing the dribble drive with a dunk over Brook Lopez and Kevin Garnett. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
New coaches create new tendencies. Lionel Hollins is still learning his own. Hollins is playing around with the Brooklyn Nets' big man rotation enough that, outside of the minutes for Mirza Teletovic, we haven't really seen a constant...Show More Summary
Joe Johnson issued his challenge but he and the Nets could only deliver for one half. The second half was a disaster that reaffirmed the problems Johnson was lamenting. In the end, the Nets blew a 19-point lead as Brook Lopez struggled, Johnson went cold down the stretch and Phoenix’s fast-paced offense dominated Wednesday in Brooklyn’s 112-104 loss to the Suns.
Two days after sitting Brook Lopez for the entire fourth quarter of a close victory, Lionel Holllins took aim at the media while trying to dispel a notion that he and his center are "on the wrong page."
It kind of fell off the radar – as most things do in this town involving the Nets (certainly compared to any controversy involving their opponent Friday) – but Lionel Hollins ripped into his center’s performance in Wednesday’s loss to Minnesota, using an analogy about prison toughness that dug up Brook Lopez’s reputation as a softie.
The Nets were given every opportunity to win this game. Even after their stumble at the very beginning and a 15-point deficit. Even after a turnover-plagued third quarter. They were in position to put it away against Timberwolves team with less talent, and Brook Lopez came up both small and short.
The Brooklyn Nets had a disappointing season last year that was filled with title hopes, but plagued by injuries to starters Brook Lopez and Deron Williams. Brooklyn has started this season strong, winning two of its first three games...Show More Summary
Brook Lopez returns for Nets, who beat banged-up Thunder by 31 Playing at home in Brooklyn, the Nets on Monday destroyed the injury-riddled Oklahoma City Thunder 116-85 and now have a 2-1 record in the 2014-15 season, which began just last Tuesday. Nets center Brook Lopez has had major injury problems in his career, and was out [...]
While the Oklahoma City Thunder looked powerless without their injured All-Stars Kevin Durant, the reigning league MVP, and Russell Westbrook, things couldn't look better for Nets center Brook Lopez, making his season debut after having foot surgery.
Nets center Brook Lopez and Thunder guard Reggie Jackson were making their injury-delayed season debuts when their teams met Monday night in Brooklyn.
Nearly a full year has passed since Brook Lopez played in a regular season game, a stretch of frustration for the center with understandable questions about whether he'll ever get on the court again.
THE BROOKLYN Nets have scored a ride on the face of a new line of MetroCards. The new subway and Long Island Railroad passes — that go on sale Monday — feature images of ball stars Kevin Garnett, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson under the slogan “We Are Brooklyn.”
There was some clarity on Saturday regarding Brook Lopez’s latest foot injury. After participating in the team’s walk-through at the Palace Saturday, Lopez said he intended to practice on Sunday and then “hopefully” play in Monday’s home opener in Brooklyn against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Paging Brook Lopez. Paging Mr. Lopez. Your services are needed to clean up a mess in aisle three.
The optimism surrounding Brook Lopez’s return has been replaced by a pain in his brittle foot that will not only keep him out of Saturday’s game in Detroit, it has pushed back the recovery timeline to indefinite.
That ugly result notwithstanding, the Nets’ season started like the last one finished — with Brook Lopez on the inactive list.
If this feels like a retread from the previous two years, it’s because the Nets face the same questions heading into third season of the Brooklyn. Brook Lopez’s health? Yeah, that could be a problem. Deron Williams’ regression?
The Brooklyn Nets will look to return to the second round of the NBA playoffs and advance past that mark, despite losing veteran Paul Pierce in the offseason. Can a healthy Deron Williams and Brook Lopez lead the Nets on a run? Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game joins Adam Lefkoe to give his Nets forecast in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com