Pay per Head Agents: Nets’ Lopez cleared to play

Brook LopezBrooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez, who was going through rehabilitation after receiving foot and ankle surgery, told reporters in Russia that he was cleared to return to the court, which was music to the ears of pay per head agents and basketball betting fans.

“I was fully cleared for play and everything about a week and a half ago now,” said Lopez, who is visiting Russia with Portland Trail Blazers center Robin Lopez – his twin brother. “… Now it’s time to get back in shape.”

Basketball betting fans remember very well when on December 20, a 26-year-old Lopez suffered a right foot injury in Philadelphia that put his season to an end. On January 4, the player underwent surgery to fix his right foot’s fractured fifth metatarsal. Pay per head agents learned that he also had a second procedure, which is called a first metatarsal osteotomy, in which another bone was repositioned in his foot in order to protect and unload the area that was injured, and these procedures left many fans, especially those who follow the player’s basketball odds, wondering about how he would perform in the future.

Then basketball betting fans learned that the player had surgery on March 3 to repair lateral ligaments in his left ankle and a torn tendon. Before being fully cleared, Lopez was doing some shooting and workout drills, and the player’s basketball betting fans seriously hope that all goes well.

How the Nets will handle Lopez when the season gets underway is not known, considering the player’s history of having foot problems, something that concerns many pay per head agents and basketball betting fans. Price per head services know that Lopez can be a very dominant offensive weapon in the low post if he is fit.

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Lopez, who is known all over the world for his talent on the court and very good basketball odds, was averaging a career-high 20.7 points a game on 56.3 percent shooting before he was injured last season.