Brook Lopez Comes To Terms With The Brooklyn Nets


Restricted free agent Brook Lopez has come to terms with the Brooklyn Nets.

Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting the deal is worth $61 million over four years.

Now that Lopez is signed, the earliest Lopez can be traded is January 15, meaning that’s also the earliest any kind of deal between the two teams can do.

Earlier Wednesday, it was reported the Magic had suspended trade talks to focus on a head coach. Although Hennigan denied those rumors, the Nets signing Lopez is a sign this could be the case.

(Andrew Melnick is Howard the Dunk’s lead blogger, ESPN Florida’s Magic Insider ( and is the co-host of the Insiders Show Sunday mornings at 10:00 am EST. Subscribe to his RSS feed, add him on Facebook and follow him onTwitter to follow him daily. You can download the HTD app here)

Topics: Brook Lopez, Brooklyn Nets, Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic

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