PLAYER PROFILE

Brook Lopez

CENTER

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Height: 7’1”
Weight: 265
Birthday: April 1, 1988
Hometown: Fresno, CA
Years Pro: 4
Twitter: None
Nickname I Kind Of Gave Him: The Brookie Monster

Recent Articles about Brook Lopez:


Brook Lopez’s Lost Season

Brook Lopez: 17 G, 17 GS, 31.4 MPG, 20.7 PPG, 6.0 RPG, 0.9 APG, 0.53 SPG, 1.76 BPG, .563 FG% .000 3P%, .817 FT%, 25.50 PER, 4.0 EWA

You already know the story: with the Nets flailing out to a 9-17 start, Brook Lopez was in the midst of a season of individual dominance…More →

Are the Nets better off without Brook Lopez?

The Brooklyn Nets had to lose their best players to begin playing their best.

Weird, right? Nobody expected this stretch. The Nets just lost their youngest All-Star, Brook Lopez, for the season. Then Deron Williams went down, undergoing treatment on both of his ankles. They got dominated by a San Antonio Spurs team heading into…More →

Are the Nets better off without Brook Lopez?

The Brooklyn Nets had to lose their best players to begin playing their best.

Weird, right? Nobody expected this stretch. The Nets just lost their youngest All-Star, Brook Lopez, for the season. Then Deron Williams went down, undergoing treatment on both of his ankles. They got dominated by a San Antonio Spurs team heading into…More →

Brook Lopez’s twin brother offers glimpse into the Lopez mind

In a wide-ranging interview with Williamette Week, Portland Trail Blazers center and Brook Lopez DNA match Robin Lopez discusses growing up with the Nets center, as well as their shared interests, comic books (of course), and memberships.

Here’s a glance at some of Robin’s Brook-related answers:


What were you like as…More →

Nets granted Disabled Player Exception by NBA, which they probably won’t use

The Brooklyn Nets have been granted a one-time use of the Disabled Player Exception by the NBA, according to a Yahoo! Sports report. The one-time exception would theoretically allow the Nets to replace center Brook Lopez, who underwent an independent examination by the NBA that concluded Lopez’s foot would leave him out for the season.More →