Brook Lopez

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • NBA All-Star in 2013
  • Brooklyn’s franchise leader in points (10,444), blocks (972) and field goals (4,044)
  • One of five centers in NBA history to convert at least 125 3-pointers in a single season, making 134 threes in 2016-17 after making only three in his first eight seasons
  • One of 10 players in NBA history to record at least 10,000 points, 4,000 rebounds, 1,000 blocks and 150 threes in a career
  • Selected to NBA All-Rookie First Team and finished third in NBA Rookie of the Year voting in 2008-09

2017-18 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS ... Played in 74 games (72 starts) with the Lakers … averaged 13.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 23.4 minutes per game … shot 46.5 percent from the field and 34.5 percent from 3-point range … scored in double figures 47 times … had 20+ points 14 times … had 30+ points once … finished with 14 points, a career- high 9 assists and 5 blocks 3/26 at DET ... scored 23 points with 8 rebounds and 3 assists 3/19 at IND ... notched 20 points, rebounds and team season-high 5 blocks 3/14 at GSW ... scored 20+ in third consecutive game 3/11 vs. CLE, finishing with 22 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks ... finished with 29 points (12-18 FG), 5 rebounds and 2 blocks 3/9 at DEN ... scored a team-high 27 points (12-18 FG), including last-second game-clinching free throws, 3/7 vs. ORL ... had 17 points (7-13 FG), 8 rebounds and 2 blocks in 20 minutes 1/26 at CHI ... Notched 21 points (9-14 FG) 11/19 vs. DEN ... contributed a 19-point, 10-rebound double-double with 3 assists and 4 blocks 11/17 vs. PHX ... had 21 points, 5 assists and 2 blocks 11/5 vs. MEM … scored a season-high 34 points (13-23 FG, 6-9 3FG) with 10 rebounds, three blocks and two assists against the Nets on 11/3 while becoming the first Lakers center in franchise history to hit 5+ threes in a game

PRO CAREER ... 2016-17: Played in 75 games (all starts), averaging 20.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.7 blocks in 29.6 minutes with Brooklyn ... reached double figures in scoring 71 times, including 46 contests with 20+ points and 7 games with 30+ points ... led the team in scoring on 45 occasions ... had two double-digit rebounding performances with two double-doubles ... finished the season ranked eighth in the league in blocks per game (1.7) ... one of five players this season to average at least 20.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game (Giannis Antetokounmpo, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant, Joel Embiid) ... converted a career-high 134 three-pointers on the year, after making only three in his first eight seasons ... one of five centers in NBA history to convert at least 125 three-pointers in a single season (DeMarcus Cousins, Channing Frye, Spencer Hawes, Mehmet Okur) ... knocked down a career-best seven three-pointers to go along with 33 points 1/25 vs. MIA ... recorded a season-high 36 points with a career-high-tying eight blocks 2/15 vs. MIL ... that block total tied for the NBA’s single-game high this season ... was one of five players to record 30+ points and 5+ blocks in a game this season (Giannis Antetokounmpo, DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Davis, Hassan Whiteside) ... one of 15 players in NBA history with 30+ points and 8+ blocks in a single game ... was one of just three players to register eight blocks in a game in 2016-17 (Rudy Gobert, Robin Lopez) ... recorded 34 points, 11 rebounds and two steals 11/2 vs. DET ... notched second double-double of the season with 30 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and three blocks 11/15 @ LAL ... missed seven games: one game due to sprained right ankle (3/10) and six games due to rest (10/29, 11/14, 12/20, 1/15, 1/27, 4/12).

2015-16: Appeared in 73 games (all starts) with Brooklyn, averaging a career-best 20.6 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.7 blocks in 33.7 minutes … led or tied for the team lead in blocks 47 times, points 46 times, rebounds 21 times and steals 12 times … named Eastern Conference Player of the Week (week of 12/28-1/3) for the third time in his career after averaging 26.7 points, 13.3 rebounds and 2.3 blocks in 37.5 minutes … finished fifth in the league in points in the paint per game (12.2), seventh in second chance points per game (3.4) and ninth in blocks (1.7) … recorded 26 double-doubles … became the only player in Nets history to average 20.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks in a season while shooting .500 or better from the field … was one of two players in the league this season to average 20.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks (Anthony Davis) … finished second in the league in FG% among players who averaged 15.0+ field goal attempts per game (trailing only LeBron James) … totaled 29 points, nine rebounds and a season-high-tying six assists 3/22 vs. CHA, marking the first time in his career that he led or tied for the team lead in points, rebounds and assists in the same game … registered 35 points (13-of- 17 FG, 9-of-9 FT) and a season-high seven blocks 3/8 @ TOR, becoming the first player in Nets history to record 35+ points and five or more blocks in the same game ... also became just the third player since 1983-84 to score 35+ points, shoot .750 or better from the field and block seven or more shots in the same game (Shaquille O’Neal and David Robinson) … posted a season-high 36 points (30 points in the paint), 10 rebounds and a career-high-tying four steals 2/23 @ POR, marking the most points in the paint scored by a Net in a game since points in the paint became an official stat in the 1996-97 season … converted a tip-in off a missed layup with 0.4 seconds left in overtime to propel the Nets to a 121-120 victory 3/4 @ DEN, marking his third-career go-ahead shot with less than three seconds remaining in a fourth quarter or OT period … scored in double figures 69 times, including 20+ points 41 times and 30+ points on six occasions … missed seven games: one due to illness (3/19) and six due to rest (4/3-4/13) ... DNP-CD two times.

2014-15: Appeared in 72 games (44 starts), averaging 17.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 29.1 minutes per game with the Nets … scored in double figures 61 times, including 25 games of 20+ points and seven games of 30+ points … sas named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the first two times in his career (weeks of 3/23-29 and 3/30-4/5), becoming the only player in the NBA this season to capture the award in consecutive weeks … finished 10th in the league in blocks per game (1.8) … was one of three players to average 19.0+ points, 9.0+ rebounds and 1.5+ blocks per game after the All-Star break (Anthony Davis, DeMarcus Cousins) … was one of three players this season to post multiple 30/10/3 games (Anthony Davis with nine, DeMarcus Cousins with four) … recorded seven straight games of 20+ points (3/20-3/31), marking the second-longest streak of 20+ point games of his career (career-best 11 straight games from 2/26-3/21/11) … totaled a season-high 35 points, 12 rebounds, three blocks and three steals 1/30 vs. TOR, becoming the first Net since at least 1985-86 and the first NBA player since Paul Pierce (3/26/12) to post 35+ points, 10+ boards, 3+ steals and 3+ blocks in the same game … matched his career-high with 10 offensive rebounds 4/6 vs. POR… Totaled a career-high four steals on 4/15 vs. ORL … made a game-winning shot with 2.0 seconds left to give the Nets a 100-98 win 4/1 @ NYK … recorded 32 points, a season-high 18 rebounds and five blocks on 3/20 vs. MIL, marking the NBA’s only 30/15/5 game of the season and the only 30/15/5 game since at least 1985-86 in Nets’ history … became the first Net since Derrick Coleman in 1991-92 to average 17+ points, 7.0+ rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game while shooting better than .500 from the field … missed 10 games due to injury: two games with a right midfoot sprain (10/29-11/1) and eight games with a strained lower back (12/8-12/21).

2013-14: Appeared in 17 games (all starts), averaging 20.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 31.4 minutes with the Nets … scored in double figures 17 times, including 11 games of 20+ points … scored a season-high 32 points on 11-of-13 shooting (10-11 from the free throw line) 12/1 @ MIL … matched a Nets’ season-high with five blocked shots 11/13 @ SAC and 11/3 @ ORL … suffered a season-ending injury 12/20 @ PHI ... missed 65 games due to injury: 56 games with a fractured right foot (12/23-4/16) and nine games with a sprained left ankle (11/16-11/27, 12/13-12/16).

2012-13: 2013 NBA All-Star ... played in 74 games (all starts) with Brooklyn, averaging a team-best 19.4 points, 6.9 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game … finished the season ranked fifth in the NBA for player efficiency rating (24.7), seventh in blocks per game (2.1) and 10th in points per game (19.4) … recorded 12 double-doubles ... tallied 20+ points in 36 games including three games with 30+ points … led the team in scoring in 32 games … scored a game-high 29 points with 11 rebounds 4/9 vs. PHI … scored 28 points (8-10 FT) 4/4 vs. CHI … scored a game and season-high 38 points with 11 rebounds and two blocks 3/20 @ DAL … recorded game-highs of 30 points and three blocks while adding 11 rebounds 2/5 vs. LAL ... recorded game-highs of 27 points and 13 rebounds 1/4 @ WAS … scored 35 points with a team-high 11 rebounds 12/29 vs. CLE … missed seven games with a mild sprain in his right foot (11/30-12/12) ... DNP-CD once (4/15).

2011-12: Appeared in five games (all starts), averaging 19.2 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 27.2 minutes ... shot .494 (38-77 FG) from the field and .625 (20-32 FT) from the line … recorded a season-high 38 points (17-28 FG) and six boards 2/28 at DAL … missed 60 games due to injury: 32 with a broken right foot (12/26-2/18), 10 with a sprained right ankle (3/6- 3/21) and 18 with a right foot injury (3/23-4/26).

2010-11: Appeared in 82 games (all starts), averaging 20.4 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.5 blocks in 35.2 minutes ... shot .492 (644-1,309 FG) from the field and .787 (385-489 FT) from the line … tallied nine double-doubles ... scored in double figures in 76 games, including 45 contests of 20+ points and 10 games with 30+ points … led the team in scoring in 51 games … finished the season ranked 17th in the NBA in points per game (20.4) and 16th in blocks per game (1.5) ... ranked third among NBA centers in scoring … scored 31 points (12-23 FG) 4/11 vs. CHA … tallied first double-double of season with 28 points and 11 boards in career-high 53 minutes 12/1 vs. OKC … recorded 36 points (14-24 FG) in 38 minutes 11/30 at NYK.

2009-10: Appeared in 82 games (all starts), averaging 18.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.7 blocks in 36.9 minutes ... became the first center in Nets history to start in all 82 games … was the only player in the NBA to average at least 18.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game ... one of only four players to lead their team in points, rebounds and blocks … participated as a sophomore in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge during the 2010 All-Star Weekend … recorded 76 games scoring in double figures, including 38 games of 20+ points and three games scoring 30+ points ... registered 34 double-figure rebounding games and 33 double-doubles … led or tied the Nets in scoring 34 times ... recorded 37 points (14-17 FG) and 10 rebounds 3/26 vs. DET … recorded sixth consecutive double-double with 23 points and 10 boards in 38 minutes 12/16 vs. UTA … scored 26 points with a season-high 16 rebounds and five blocks in 46 minutes 11/17 vs. IND.

2008-09: As a rookie with the Nets, appeared in all 82 games (75 starts), averaging 13.0 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.0 assist and 1.8 blocks in 30.5 minutes ... was the only Nets player to appear in each of the team’s games … shot .531 (448-844 FG) from the field (first among rookies) and .793 (172-217 FT) from the line (fifth among rookies) … selected to NBA All-Rookie First Team … finished third in NBA Rookie of the Year voting (Derrick Rose, O.J. Mayo) … set the Nets all-time rookie blocks record (151) … named to the Rookie Team for the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge during the 2009 All-Star Weekend … recorded 55 games scoring in double figures, including 13 games scoring 20+ points and one game scoring 30+ points ... tallied 23 games with 10+ rebounds and a Nets rookie center record 18 double-doubles … named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month in consecutive months (January & February) … notched 18 points and a career-high 20 rebounds in 35 minutes 4/13 vs. CHA … Tallied 23 points, eight assists, three steals and three blocks 3/18 at NYK … registered 22 points and 12 rebounds 2/3 vs. MIL … posted 24 points and 17 rebounds with four blocks in 38 minutes 1/31 at PHI … recorded a season-high 31 points on 10-of-17 shooting and 13 rebounds 1/12 vs. OKC … recorded 22 points (11-16 FG), 13 rebounds and a season-high-tying five blocks vs. MIA on 12/20 ... become first Nets’ rookie since Derrick Coleman in 1991 to achieve 20+ points, 10+ rebounds and 5+ blocks in a game … recorded his first career double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds 11/18 vs. CLE … in first career start vs. ATL on 11/14, scored 25 points, including 18 in the first half, on 11-of-17 shooting with nine rebounds and four blocks … made his NBA debut 10/29 at WAS, tallying eight points, eight rebounds and two blocks.

PLAYOFF HISTORY ... (13 games, 13 starts) ... 2015: Started all six of Brooklyn’s playoff games against Atlanta … averaged 19.8 points, 9.0 rebounds and 2.2 blocks in 39.0 minutes per game while shooting 49.4 percent from the field … tallied three double-doubles and scored 20+ points in three games … 2013: Averaged 222.3 points, 7.4 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and 1.4 assists in seven starts with the Nets in their First Round series against Chicago … tallied 20+ points in six games … had two double-doubles … scored a playoff-career-high 28 points in Game Five vs. CHI.

COLLEGE ... Averaged 16.0 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.91 blocks per game in 53 career games (45 starts) for Stanford … finished collegiate career as Stanford’s fifth all-time leader in blocked shots (101) … posted 11 career double-doubles, including one triple-double, which is the only triple-double in Stanford men’s basketball history … scored 20 or more points 18 times, topping the 30-point mark in four contests … 2007-08: Earned Third Team All-America honors from The Associated Press and the NABC as a sophomore … also named First Team All-Pac-10 and earned league All-Defensive Team honors … ss a sophomore, averaged 19.3 points and 8.2 rebounds in 27 games (25 starts) … ranked fourth in the NCAA in points (19.3), fifth in rebounds (8.2), third in blocks (2.1) and seventh in field goal percentage (.468) ... Posted nine double-doubles ... 2006-07: Played in 26 games (19 starts), averaging 13.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in 25.7 minutes ... earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 and All- Freshman Team honors as a freshman … ranked fourth in the NCAA in blocks (1.7) and fifth in field goal percentage (.496) ... established a career-high with 31 points and grabbed 13 rebounds at Washington on 1/31… recorded the first triple-double in school history with 18 points, 11 rebounds and single-game record 12 blocked shots vs. USC on 1/25/07 CAREER TRANSACTIONS ... Selected by the New Jersey Nets with the 10th overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft on 6/26/08 … signed a multi-year contract with the Nets on 7/9/15 … traded by the Nets with Kyle Kuzma to the Los Angeles Lakers for Timofey Mozgov and D’Angelo Russell on 6/22/17 … signed as a free agent with the Bucks on 7/17/18.

PERSONAL ... Has three brothers: Robin (Brook’s twin brother, former college teammate at Stanford and current center for the Chicago Bulls), Chris and Alex … Alex played college basketball at Washington and Santa Clara … Mother, Deborah Ledford, was an Olympic swimmer who competed at Stanford … Was a high school teammate of current San Antonio Spurs forward Quincy Pondexter while at San Joaquin Memorial High School, where he also played with brother Robin ... lists his favorite basketball players growing up as Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Magic Johnson … enjoys writing and drawing in his free time and would like to be a writer/imagineer for Disney if he wasn’t in the NBA … lists himself as an aspiring playwright ... his favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers and his favorite athlete in another sport is Ken Griffey Jr. … his favorite holiday is April Fool’s Day (which is also his birthday) … favorite vacation spot is Disneyland … Has run a basketball camp, Brook Lopez Pro Basketball Camp, at Queens College ... favorite movie is Return of the Jedi … favorite musical artist is Michael Jackson.

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