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NetsDaily Feb 10, 2016

LISTEN UP! Nets talk game, expectations after break

Hear what the Nets had to say following a 109-90 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. Brook Lopez Joe Johnson Thaddeus Young Tony Brown
NetsDaily Feb 6, 2016

Two wins in two nights, too much to ask: Nets lose to the 76ers, 103-98

Coming off a nice win over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night, the Brooklyn Nets were in Philadelphia taking on the league's worst, 7-win 76ers. Sure, it seemed like a nice time to pick up back-to-back wins, but after a disastrous first quarter it didn't seem as if the Nets would get a win over the hapless 76ers. And while Joe Johnson was a no-show, Brook Lopez was gassed and Tony Brown was out-coached down the stretch, that terrible start turned into an even worse finish, as the Nets fell to the 76ers, 103-98. As for that horrendous start, here's what happened: The Nets had four...
NetsDaily Feb 3, 2016

LISTEN UP! Little to zero answers from the Nets

Hear what Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson and coach Tony Brown had to say after the 114-100 loss to Indiana. Brook Lopez Joe Johnson Tony Brown
NetsDaily Feb 3, 2016

Brook and Robin Lopez finally take the step ... as authors

Ah, the advantages of living and working in the media capital of the world. After years of planning and talking about collaborating professionally, Brook Lopez and his Knick brother, Robin, are finally going to launch their second professional career ... as co-authors. It's all hush-hush, writes Fred Kerber, but the two 7-footers are well along in their project. "Robin and I have actually been doing a series of covers right now with some of our characters. That’s pretty much as specific as I can be. It’s all original character stuff so it wouldn’t make any sense anyway," Lopez told...
New York Post Feb 3, 2016

Derek Fisher worried about ‘process’, not playoffs

Knicks coach Derek Fisher said because his club is coming off a 17-win season, he can’t consider it a failure if they don’t make the playoffs, believing the “end result” is not what’s most essential. With the Knicks about to face two teams they need to pass to nab a playoff berth — Boston on...
New York Post Feb 3, 2016

Sad lesson learned from Knicks’ latest sorry performance

Perhaps Derek Fisher is right after all. Maybe any notion the Knicks might actually contend for a playoff berth is too big to dream right now. Not only are the Knicks not in the class of the defending champion Warriors, as evidenced over the weekend, they also lack the physical and mental makeup to hang...
New York Post Feb 2, 2016

Lopez twins have comic book in works, won’t talk about it

Maybe the stories are about two 7-foot crime-fighting twin brothers who patrol New York’s seamy side at night. Nah, who would believe 7-foot twins? But the Nets’ Brook Lopez said he and his Knicks brother Robin are collaborating on books with original characters — and not just comic books. Beyond that, and the fact he...
New York Post Feb 2, 2016

Slumping Knicks toppled by Celtics as playoff hopes fade

Carmelo Anthony fouled out and rookie Kristaps Porzingis’ outing was foul enough that Knicks coach Derek Fisher sat him much of the fourth quarter. On a night that was a strong indicator the Knicks may not stick around much longer in the playoff race, the Celtics controlled the fourth quarter and pummeled them physically, in...
New York Post Feb 1, 2016

Nets’ mistaken-laden stretch run wastes Lopez’s heavy lifting

Brook Lopez was brilliant in Monday’s heavyweight bout against Detroit’s Andre Drummond, staking the Nets to a late lead. But when they needed clutch plays the most, they couldn’t get him the ball and couldn’t buy a basket. No wonder they couldn’t get the win. Brooklyn took ill-conceived shots and made mistakes down the stretch,...
NetsDaily Feb 1, 2016

Lopez shines in another Nets loss, 105-100

He may not have been selected for the All-Star Game, but Brook Lopez has been proving the voters wrong. After averaging 26 points, 10.5 rebounds and 2.5 blocks in four games last week, Lopez followed up with a 27-point performance in a 105-100 loss to Andre Drummond and the Detroit Pistons, Monday night in Brooklyn. If you want to know the main reason why Brook Lopez was snubbed from the All-Star Game, this game was the perfect epitome. He continues to shine, but the Nets keep losing. The Nets fell to 12-37 on the season behind a big performance from Andre Drummond, who notched his 40th...
NetsDaily Feb 1, 2016

You can watch the Captain America movie with Brook Lopez - if you want

The Brooklyn Nets are screening the Captain America: The Winter Soldier movie at Barclays Center on Tuesday, February 9th. And you, yes you, can be there to watch the movie along with Captain America himself and Brooklyn Nets center and noted comic book fan Brook Lopez. This is exactly what they need in Brooklyn - a super hero! That looks fun. And hopefully they'll think of more ways to get fans engaged at Barclays this season. Make sure you RSVP. Do it for Brook. Do it for America. Do it for Captain America, to be exact!
New York Post Jan 31, 2016

Brook Lopez has been as good as the Nets have been bad

It’s hard to imagine the Nets having a worse month than the one they just suffered through. Their coach got canned, their general manager got moved out and their record was a sorry 2-13. But they are determined to find positives, like improved play, better effort and arguably the best stretch of Brook Lopez’s career....
NetsDaily Jan 31, 2016

Is Brook Lopez an All-Star Snub?

When asked about being left off the Eastern Conference All-Star roster, Brook Lopez said, "I was hopeful, but it's the way it went. I don't really know exactly who made it, but I know the situation well enough." That's how it's been with the Nets this season, sort of a ‘hope for the best, but expect the worst' attitude. Many predicted that Lopez would be an All-Star this season, but he didn't even finish in the top 15 for frontcourt votes. Like usual, he finished behind a handful number of guys with much weaker stats this season, even a few of the forward/centers that made the team over...
New York Post Jan 30, 2016

Nets’ bench responds on the court after coach’s blowup

NEW ORLEANS — There are precious few positives to be taken from losing a 105-103 heartbreaker at the buzzer like the Nets did on Saturday. But the struggling bench finally coming up with a passable performance has to pass for one. “I thought our focus was better. We got great contributions from [Shane] Larkin and...
New York Post Jan 30, 2016

All-Star snub Lopez dominates, but it’s not nearly enough

In his first game since being snubbed for the NBA All-Star Game, Nets center Brook Lopez had game-highs of 28 points and 12 rebounds, adding two blocks. The fact the Nets lost 91-79 to the Mavericks and fell to 12-35 underscored one of the big reasons Lopez didn’t get invited to Toronto. “He’s a highly...

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