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Brook Lopez
Ht/Wt: 7-0 / 245 lbs
Position: C
Team: Stanford
Class: Sophomore




2008 Draft Profile - Brock Lopez

It’s difficult to project Brook, as he has wonderful size and some polished moves, but lacks the NBA Basketball IQ at both ends of the court. The quickness of the NBA game will be a challenge for him, but again, with his size (7’0”) he will given plenty of opportunity and could be a lottery pick.

Draft Profile provided by: Brian Mazique - Center prospect with legit size, plays a bit soft to be a real force on the next level. Size alone will keep him in the league for 8 to 10 years along with decent athleticism and major conference experience. Needs to develop a goto post move or a dangerous 15 footer to balance his game and become more formidable offensively. The league is starved of quality 7 footers, so his stock will be higher than his talent level. If he works hard on his game, he can become a good center in the league, able to start in every city except for Orlando, Houston and the like, high end Brad Miller, low end Lorenzen Wright.

2007 Draft Profile

A big athletic centre that rebounds and blocks shots well using his upper body strength to position himself well. Is developing a low post game and already shows a variety of basic moves around the basket, with the ability to step out and hit the 18 footer. Needs to work on his lower body strength; which will help improve his explosiveness around the basket at both ends.

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Brook Lopez Stats
Season
GP
MPG
PPG
FG%
APG
RPG
BPG
SPG
2007-2008
26
30.7
19
46.9
1.4
8.1
2.1
0.6
2006-2007
26
25.2
12.6
49.6
0.8
6
1.7
0.4
    Career
52
27.9
15.8
48
1.1
7.1
1.9
0.5

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