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Brook Lopez has been with the Nets his whole career and didn't want to look anywhere else.
The Brooklyn Nets have re-signed center Brook Lopez and forward Thaddeus Young to multi-year contracts, Nets General Manager Billy King announced today. “We are very pleased to welcome Brook and Thaddeus back the Brooklyn Nets,” said King. “Brook is one of the premier big men in this league, while Thad proved to be a perfect complement [...]
New York basketball fans who are used to the quiet demeanor of the Nets’ Brook Lopez may be surprised by the intense, outgoing nature of Robin Lopez, who is set to join the Knicks.
The most important part of the Nets' offseason is done. Welcome back, Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young. Lopez and Young each re-signed almost immediately upon the start of the NBA's free agency period early Wednesday morning. And though...Show More Summary
The Nets have re-signed Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young to multi-year deals: three years, $60 million for Lopez and four years, $50 million for Young. After trading away Mason Plumlee The post Nets Re-Sign Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Brooklyn Nets had long been considered "strong frontrunners" to re-sign center Brook Lopez after he declined a $16.7 million player option for next season, according to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, and the team made its commitment to the big man clear early Wednesday morning. Show More Summary
The big man will re-sign for a long-term deal in Brooklyn, as everyone expected. Free agent center Brook Lopez is closing in on a three-year, $60 million deal deal to stay with the Brooklyn Nets, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski and ESPN's Marc Stein. Show More Summary
Although center Brook Lopez opted out of his contract with the Brooklyn Nets on Friday, he is expected to re-sign with the organization during free agency. Continue for updates. Report: Teams Feel They Have "No Shot" at Signing Lopez...Show More Summary
Brook Lopez rumors have the All-Star center leaving the Brooklyn Nets. Lopez just opted out of his contract with the Nets, becoming a free agent for the coming NBA offseason. As reported by NBA.com on Saturday (June 27), the 7-footer passed up a guaranteed $16.7 million salary for the 2015-16 NBA season. Show More Summary
Coming off a strong season in his return from injury, Lopez chose on Friday to bypass the $16.7 million he would have earned next season. He will be able to talk to other teams July 1.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has opted out of the final year of his contract and will become a free agent.
After seemingly being on his way out of Brooklyn for years, Brook Lopez will be able to test the free-agent market for the first time in his career. According to Ohm Youngmusik of ESPN, Lopez declined his $16.7 million player option for next season and will become a free agent. Show More Summary
After a surprisingly successful season that was unexpected, even amongst diehard fans, the Milwaukee Bucks head into the heart of summer with every intention of making a big splash during the free-agency period. In fact, two well-known...Show More Summary
In an attempt to keep free agent Kevin Love from obtaining any interest whatsoever in signing with the Boston Celtics this summer, the team is threatening to also sign Paul Pierce and Brook Lopez’s brother, Robin Lopez, should he somehow...Show More Summary
Thaddeus Young has informed the Brooklyn Nets he will become a free agent, and general manager Billy King says they want to keep the forward and center Brook Lopez.
The Bucks plan to use their cap space to sign a free-agent center, with Tyson Chandler and Brook Lopez as top targets, according to ESPN. Milwaukee has max money to spend The post Report: Bucks Targeting Brook Lopez, Tyson Chander in Free Agency appeared first on SLAMonline.
Bucks reportedly have interest in Brook Lopez Here’s ESPN NY reporting on Bucks free agency, which reportedly will include Nets center Brook Lopez as a target: The Milwaukee Bucks intend to pursue Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez this summer, according to ESPN.com’s Marc Stein. Lopez, 27, is expected to opt out of his contract and become a free agent. Nets [...]
The Bucks will use their cap space to try to sign a starting center. After trading Ersan Ilyasova for non-guaranteed contracts, the Milwaukee Bucks will have plenty of cap space this offseason. According to ESPN's Marc Stein, Milwaukee...Show More Summary
With very few assets to build toward the future, the Brooklyn Nets would be making a mistake by trading young center Mason Plumlee this summer. With the oft-injured Brook Lopez expected to test the open market and the team having little...Show More Summary