In honor of Brooklyn’s inaugural season, we’re rolling out analysis, highlights, and more on each Brooklyn Nets player, one per day. Welcome to Brook Lopez Day, AKA #BrookieMonster.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez hasa reputation for getting going early in games, and he didn’t disappoint in that area in Game 5 against the Chicago Bulls, finishing the quarter with three rebounds and 11 points, four of them on these two dunks.
Brook Lopez was one of the team’s bright spots in a Thursday night 79-76 loss to the Chicago Bulls, finishing with 22 points, 9 rebounds, and 7 blocks on 8-16 shooting, making him just the eighth player in NBA history to put up 22-9-7 on 50% shooting or better in the playoffs. The unique part […]
Brook Lopez did what he does best last night — hung around the rim, dropping in easy points off layups and dunks, creating space for himself, finding the space that Deron Williams creates, and making Mark Cuban go nuts about a travel call. (Keep an eye out for Cuban at around :40. He’s in the […]
I don’t care what happens for the rest of this Brooklyn Nets-New Orleans Hornets game. I almost don’t care who wins. Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez threw down a one-hand jam in his twin brother Robin Lopez’s face and there was nothing Robin Lopez could do. It’s amazing. I could watch this a million times. […]
For a second, I thought Deron Williams was going to put down his first dunk of the season. Brook Lopez got a nice stuff on a dunk attempt by new New Orleans Hornets forward Lou Amundason, got the ball to Deron Williams, and D-Will drove coast-to-coast for a layup. Watch:
Our video compilation of Brooklyn Nets center and All-Star Brook Lopez‘s top 10 highlights of the first half of the 2012-13 season: If you like Brook Lopez in videos, you’ll love him in photos. If you don’t know why, just look at his face.