#nets GM Billy King says he's optimistic about Brook Lopez's mild mid foot sprain. King says the Nets will not restrict his minutes
Nets Daily "Ohm Youngmisuk reports that Brook Lopez will be out for 10 days to two weeks with a "soft issue" injury to his surgically reconstructed right foot. Youngmisuk, citing league sources, reports the seven-footer "might miss the next 10 days to two weeks with a soft tissue injury in his surgically..." October 17
New York Daily News "Brook Lopez barreled into the paint for a layup, the biggest man on the floor embracing the contact and finishing at the rim near the end of a five-on-five drill in training camp. About 10 months ago, a very similar move in Philadelphia finished Lopez’s season, leaving him to face a scary..." October 02
CBSSports.com "Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has lost some weight while recovering from his fractured fifth metatarsal. It's not quite a Carmelo or LeBron situation -- Lopez is still close to 275 pounds -- but it's different than this time last year. From The New York Post's Tim Bontemps: Lopez, who..." August 21
New York Post "The Nets will be getting a visibly thinner Brook Lopez when training camp begins next month. Lopez, who arrived at training camp last fall weighing around 290 pounds before playing at a weight several pounds lighter, looked noticeably thinner while participating in a youth healthy lifestyle..." August 21
Newsday "The excitement in Lionel Hollins' voice was easily detectable, a sign of the healthy progress of his two key cogs. Deron Williams and Brook Lopez are coming off surgery, both apparently on track to be ready when training camp begins next month, and Hollins couldn't be more pleased. Lopez..." August 07
New York Post "Brook Lopez isn’t a doctor, but he’s dealt with enough issues with his right foot he didn’t need one to tell him what had happened when the X-rays came back after he awkwardly fell on it during the Nets’ loss to the 76ers in December. “I’ve seen enough before,” Lopez said Sunday night at..." February 10
New York Post "One year ago, Brook Lopez was a first-time All-Star for the Nets, recently signed to a four-year, $60 million contract. But now, one week away from the NBA’s annual All-Star bash, Lopez is recuperating from his fourth surgical procedure on his right foot. There are reasons for optimism. But..." February 09
CBSSports.com "Brook Lopez underwent an extensive surgical procedure on his broken right foot Saturday in an effort to spare the Nets' center any further damage to the area that has hindered him for three years. A team of surgeons, including one of the doctors who finally ended Grant Hill's struggle with..." January 05
ESPN.com "Pau Gasol for Brook Lopez? It would seem, on the surface, that merely posing such a question is a moot point given that Lopez is out for the season after re-breaking his troublesome right foot. Beneath the surface, though, there are at least two reasons to address it here: 1. Sources..." December 30
Newark Star-Ledger "Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez will undergo surgery on his foot Jan. 4, the team announced Saturday. Lopez, who will not play this season, will have the fractured fifth metatarsal in his right foot repaired. The team said further information will be released after the surgery. This will..." December 29
New York Post "Ever since the Nets traded for Deron Williams in February 2011, their plan has been to build their team around Williams and an All-Star center. At first, that center was expected to be Dwight Howard. But once the protracted negotiations to acquire him from the Magic fell through, the Nets wound..." December 24
ESPN New York "The Brooklyn Nets' disappointing start to the season hit a low point with the loss of All-Star center Brook Lopez for the season to a broken foot, league sources confirmed Saturday. Lopez broke his surgically-repaired right foot that he fractured in 2011 and later had a screw replaced in...." December 21
New York Post "After looking at the video of Wednesday’s 113-107 loss to the Wizards, Nets coach Jason Kidd’s assessment of why his team lost didn’t change. “We’ve got to rebound the ball,” Kidd said after the team went through a film session but otherwise had the day off Thursday. “It’s understanding the..." December 20
Brook Lopez will be in the starting lineup tonight along with Williams, Johnson, Anderson and Garnett. #Nets
Terry and Kirilenko sat out today. Brook Lopez -- who then practiced -- is again listed as questionable for tomorrow.
Brook Lopez is out tonight. Jason Kidd said it was too much of a risk and we "wasnt moving as much as I would like" at shootaround.
Brook Lopez says he's "pretty sure" he'll play.
New York Post "The Nets have suffered through one piece of bad injury news after another so far this season, but it appears they may have finally caught a break. Although Brook Lopez sat out Friday night’s 103-99 loss to the Pistons with a sprained left ankle — the same type of injury that cost him seven..." December 14
Jason Kidd said Brook will travel to Detroit but isn't sure behind that. #Nets
Brook Lopez (sprained left ankle) is questionable for tonight against the Pistons. New target return for Terry and Kirilenko is 1-to-2 weeks
ESPN.com "Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez re-sprained his left ankle late in the third quarter of Thursday night’s 102-93 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. Lopez plans to travel to Detroit for Friday night’s game, and wants to play, but is uncertain if he will, saying it will be up to trainer Tim..." December 13
Kidd says Lopez will play. KG, however, will have the night off.
Brook Lopez is a game-time decision for tonight's game. My guess -- just a guess -- is that he'll play.
Once again, Williams, Lopez, Kirilenko and Terry are out for the Nets tonight.
Brook Lopez and Deron Williams are out for tomorrow's game against division-leading Raptors
Williams, Lopez, Kirilenko and Terry all out again today against Detroit.
Brook, Deron, Jason Terry and Andrei Kirilenko are out vs. #Wolves tonight.
Brook Lopez was limping pretty badly leaving the locker room. Deron not so much.
Kidd says Brook Lopez (sprained right ankle) and Andray Blatche (sprained left ankle) will both play tonight.
New York Daily News "Leave it to the most unassuming Net to come up with the most provocative statement on the eve of the team’s long-awaited home opener against the Miami Heat on Friday. With his teammates and coaches urging caution, Brook Lopez barreled into the conversation with the authority of a rim-rattling..." November 01
New York Post "Brook Lopez was coming off the best season of his career and getting ready to head out of town for the summer when he got a disappointing piece of news from Nets athletic trainer Tim Walsh. For the third time in less than two years he needed surgery on his right foot this time to replace a..." August 14
New York Post "With Nets legend Jason Kidd recently hired as the team’s head coach, the draft set to be held at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Thursday night and free agency beginning next week, it has been an exciting few weeks for the franchise. But the excitement level around the Nets took a bit of a hit..." June 25
Brook Lopez had the screw in his surgically repaired right foot replaced, Nets say. It was discovered to be bent in postseason physical.
New York Post "Sixteen seconds into the fourth quarter, the hush that settled on Barclays Center was palpable. Jimmy Butler had just knocked down a 3-point shot, and the Chicago Bulls were within a point, and you could almost see the bad tidings forming in the thought bubbles above every one of the 17,732 heads..." April 30
New York Post "The last thing the Nets wanted to see yesterday was Brook Lopez on the ground reaching for his right foot. But that’s exactly what they saw when Lopez, after jumping to contest a Carlos Boozer shot in the paint midway through the second quarter of the Nets’ 142-134 triple overtime loss in Game..." April 28
New York Post "While the Bulls were hemming and hawing about whether or not Joakim Noah was going to play in Game 1 last night at Barclays Center, P.J. Carlesimo kept saying it was more about how the Nets played than who played for the Bulls. “It won’t change what we do,” the Nets coach said just before..." April 21
New York Post "Reggie Evans has made it his mission to improve Brook Lopez’s game this season. And now, as Evans and the Nets prepare to kick off their first postseason as Brooklyn’s team tomorrow against the Bulls, he said he thinks his protégé is ready for his first taste of playoff basketball. “Man,..." April 19
New York Daily News "Perhaps it was revenge for the spanking the Celtics gave the Nets on Christmas, or the Rajon Rondo-initiated fight here back in November. More likely, though, was that the Nets’ 101-93 victory over Boston Wednesday night was the result of the Nets being simply better than the Celtics. There was..." April 11
New York Post "Nets interim coach P.J. Carleismo said before Saturday night's game against the Jazz that he initially didn't think Brook Lopez would play after suffering a hard fall in Friday's loss in Denver. "Brook's pretty dinged up," Carlesimo said. "I didn't think Brook was going to play, to be honest with..." March 31
New York Post "Before he went out and faced his twin Robin in New Orleans just over two weeks ago, Brook Lopez had a poignant observation about his brother. “Worst player in the league,” Brook proclaimed. Last night, with Barclays Center as the venue, Robin returned the favor. “That guy’s a jackass, so..." March 13
Newark Star-Ledger "Having Brook Lopez and Andray Blatche on the floor at the same time worked in a big way for the Nets. Brooklyn’s big men combined for 44 points in a 108-98 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Tuesday night. Lopez led all scorers with 26 points and enjoyed sharing the floor with Blatche,..." March 13
New York Post "Nets interim coach P.J. Carlesimo said following Monday’s practice that his habit of benching Brook Lopez in the fourth quarter — something he had done three out of the four games since the All-Star break — would come to an end. Sure enough, Carlesimo sent his center back into the game with..." February 27
New Orleans Times-Picayune "There's no doubt in the mind of New Orleans Hornets center Robin Lopez for whom his mother will be rooting Tuesday night when Robin faces older twin brother – by a minute – Brook and the Brooklyn Nets. "I've got the family in town; got my mom rooting for me," Robin said following Hornets'..." February 26