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NetsDaily Jul 18, 2014

Mason Plumlee: Maybe Brook Lopez and I can be on the floor at the same time

There were two moments in the summer league that stood out as legitimate surprises, alley oops from Mason Plumlee, seven-foot center, to rookies Markel Brown and Cory Jefferson.  The one to Brown was spectacular, with Plumlee on the perimeter finding Brown coming off a baseline drive. The one to JeffersonMaylb may not have been as spectacular but very, very neat. Plumlee drove the lane and found Jefferson with a soft lob and slam. It's something Plumlee thinks will help him play with Brook Lopez, not behind him. "I think in the games from summer league I was able to show that I could pass...
Rotoworld Jul 12, 2014

Brook Lopez (foot) progressing well in rehab - Brook Lopez (C) Brooklyn Nets

Brook Lopez (foot surgery) has progressed to basketball-related activities and is moving really well, according to Chris Haynes of CSNNW.com.
NetsDaily Jul 3, 2014
Ian Eagle: Brooklyn Nets may be headed back to a

Ian Eagle: Brooklyn Nets may be headed back to a "core" of Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson

Ian Eagle is not just one of the best play-by-play guys in sports. He is also a very good and very well-informed reporter. He's attuned to what's going on with the teams he announces for and he has worked the Nets mic since 1994.  So if he's saying something, you should listen ... maybe even closer than when he's announcing. In an interview with John Feinstein on CBS Sports, Eagle suggested the Nets are returning to the model they used in their first year in Brooklyn, building around a core of Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson while getting younger and maybe even let some of the...

King: Won't compare Lopez to Ilgauskas

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It’s only natural to compare Zydrunas Ilgauskas and Brook Lopez. After all, their stories are extremely similar. Ilgauskas was once a young, talented center. Lopez is a young, talented center. Ilgauskas once endured numerous foot injuries and surgeries early in his career. Lopez has endured numerous foot injuries and surgeries early in his career. Ilgauskas once underwent a complicated procedure when he was 25 called an osteotomy that saved his career.
NetsDaily Jun 24, 2014
Brian Windhorst: surgeries hurt Deron Williams, Brook Lopez trade value

Brian Windhorst: surgeries hurt Deron Williams, Brook Lopez trade value

In an interview with Ryan Ruocco on ESPN Radio Monday, Brian Windhorst said the Nets could trade max players Deron Williams and Brook Lopez but would have to take back "horrible" contracts.  Windhorst also suggested, based on his experience covering Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Lopez could have "extreme" restrictions. To a fan's question about the two players' trade value, Windhorst replied... You could trade those guys but you're going to get back horrible contracts. Now. Deron Williams has about $60 million left on his deal and is coming off double ankle surgery. So the guys value is minuscule...

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