• Nets admit Lopez healing slower than expected

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Dec 11, 2012
    "I feel good," Lopez said Monday. And it's not like I'm telling you something that's not the truth, but it's a little bit slower than what we thought," Johnson said. The last time these two teams played, the Nets were healthy and rolling. “Brook wasn’t perfect,” Avery Johnson said, explaining the Nets’ recent interior problems, “but he was a factor for us in the paint.” "Could be a chance, but again, like I've been telling you guys, with a guy with a foot history like this, he's gotta be able to get through a practice, recover well, go through a shootaround and then have no issues in the afternoon, and play ," Johnson said.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Nets' Lopez still out with sprained foot

      Nets center Brook Lopez missed a sixth straight game because of a sprained right foot, sitting out Tuesday night against the New York Knicks.
      Sources: nba.com ESPN.com
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