Words matter. These are the best Brook Lopez Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Sometimes, obviously it’s an incentive to tank if you have the opportunity to get those high draft picks.
I think every year I say the same thing: I want to win, regardless.
I love Hawkeye. I think it has something to with how he’s such a marksman from far away. That’s something I’d love to be on the court.
I was always confident in myself. I knew what I was capable of.
I love you, C-3PO. I love the original trilogy. But when R2-D2 runs away in the first ‘Star Wars,’ instead of stopping him or going to tell Luke and Uncle Owen, he hides. It’s so good. He hides! He has to wait for Luke to come and tell him R2-D2 ran away. What a dork!
Growing up with just my mom, it went so well. It worked out so well. It was normal to me. I wasn’t really looking for a father figure.
I love being out there on the court trying to help my team whenever I can.
I admire that Robin isn’t scared to show up every day, since he gets embarrassed every day.
A lot of times in my career, I’ve been the end point, the termination point of a lot of plays, just scoring the ball.
I was always a big Ken Griffey Jr. fan growing up.
I had such a fantastic time playing with the Nets, made some connections, friendships relationships that I’ll have and cherish for life.
I guess you just have to embrace aging, right?
I’ve always tried to have fun when I go out and play basketball.
Robin is the exaggerated version of me. He’s more of a cartoon character.
I grew up watching the old ‘Batman’ shows, the ‘Batman’ cartoon, and the ‘X-Men’ cartoon was on when I was little. I was always surrounded by superheroes.
No question, I love being a Net.
I would want to own property in Bespin.
I always pride myself on being an inside and outside player and pride myself on what I can do inside the paint.
I was raised just by my mom. That’s the way it was. It was normal to me.
I am who I am. I’m not going to go out of my way to impress anybody for a sponsorship. I’m not going to change who I am for a sponsorship.
Just playing in Brooklyn, playing in New York is such an amazing experience – it’s something that can be so special.
My older brothers always collected comics and read them. When we were little, Robin and I would sneak into their room and take them and read them.
When I was really little, we used to play Sega Genesis, and my older brother would play ‘Sonic The Hedgehog 2,’ and he’d be playing as Sonic, but he’d leave an unplugged controller for me to play with, and the whole time I thought I was playing as Tails.
When I first came in the league I wasn’t a really big watch guy. But then Ryan Anderson, who was really into watches, kinda got me into collecting them.
I feel like I am a valuable player.
I’ve always wanted to be a Wookiee. I relate to them a lot.
I’m an active guy off the court, I love messing around and having fun with my friends.
Robin is a really good defender, runs well, dribbles the ball and plays hard and does whatever a coach wants him to do.
My favorite Marvel villain is Doctor Doom from Fantastic Four. For DC, I think it’s a popular choice, but it’s the Joker.
Sometimes guys miss calls. That’s the way it is.
Robin and I collaborate together. We definitely try various things.
My mom was a swimmer growing up. She was World Class.
I am confident in my game that I can contribute when I am on the floor.
I can remember in second grade coming back from school and telling my mom, ‘You know what, before I play in the NBA, I want to go to Stanford.’ Because of her, I had everything figured out.
Your shot might not be falling, but there’s still lots of other things you can do on the court.
I love drawing. It’s a passion of mine, and I’m a creative person. I always have my sketch book with me.
I enjoyed playing in L.A. and being a Laker. But I couldn’t be happier playing in Milwaukee. This has been an amazing situation to come into.
I’ve always felt that I shot the ball well from distance, but it’s just having the opportunity to finally do so. It’s great and I’m trying to take advantage of it.
A lot of the Force stuff, what Yoda says in ‘The Empire Strikes Back,’ resonates with me a lot.
I’ve always been a DC guy, but I also like Marvel.
In my mom’s case, she did a fantastic job. She raised four well-rounded, smart boys on a public school teacher’s salary. She’s impressive. She was always there for us. She sacrificed for us constantly.
I read a lot of comic books and they don’t mention Dwight Howard much.
I like adding stuff to my game, I want to be as complete a player as possible. So I want to be able to do a bit of everything and be good, or great at everything.
I’ve approached a couple of publishing houses about getting my work in print one day. I’d like to concentrate on sci-fi or action adventure.
Sometimes I just go into Shakespearean sonnets and end it with a nice little couplet.
For Christmas our grandmother would give us this huge box every year of just art supplies, construction paper, water colors, charcoals, crayons, color pencils.
I’ve played with a lot of great players.
I want to be a Net for my entire career.
Playing for a team you grew up rooting for, there’s nothing cooler than that.
We were really going with what worked at Stanford. It was difficult for players to ‘D’ me up in the post, so that was a strength of ours and we just pounded it in the block.