4:40 PM EDT, Sun July 23, 2017
Boston Herald

Brook Lopez is eager to mentor young Lakers, shoot more 3's

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Brook Lopez is much more to the Los Angeles Lakers than a big man with a big salary.The Lakers acquired the 7-foot Lopez from Brooklyn last week, giving up promising guard DAngelo Russell in a trade primarily designed to rid Los Angeles of the three remaining years on Timofey Mozgovs onerous $64 million contract.Lopez is getting more than $22.6 million next season in the final year of his deal, making him a necessary salary match for the trade. Yet the Lakers also coveted Lopez for his size, veteran leadership and newly revealed 3-point shooting ability as they rebuild...

The Brooklyn Nets hold on to Brook Lopez

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez and Nets general manager Sean Marks discuss the team deciding not to trade the tenured Net.

New York Knicks slide past the Brooklyn Nets, 95-90

Carmelo Anthony, Jeff Hornacek and Brook Lopez meet the media after the New York Knicks survived for a 95-90 win over the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night.

Thaddeus Young and Brook Lopez talk recruiting free agents

As the Brooklyn Nets prepare for the New York Knicks, Thaddeus Young and Brook Lopez talk about their plans to recruit free agents to help them turn things around in the future.