Price per Head Sportsbooks: Lopez out for season with broken foot

Brook LopezPrice per head sportsbooks found out that on Saturday, league sources confirmed that the Brooklyn Nets’ slow start hit a low after the loss of All-Star center Brook Lopez for the season due to a broken foot.

On Saturday, the Nets confirmed that the player broke his surgically repaired right foot, which was fractured in 2011, and price per head sportsbooks wonder what the team will do now that he’s out.

The player was diagnosed with a fractured fifth metatarsal of his right foot. In a statement, the Nets announced that next week his status will be updated after consulting with team doctors, and price per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see what they have to say.

Lopez’s injury was reported by Comcast SportsNet New England earlier on.

A league source said that Lopez suffered the injury on Friday night – possibly in the third quarter of the second half, when the Nets lost to the Philadelphia 76ers in overtime.

The 7-foot center who’s very famous with price per head sportsbooks gutted his way through the injury, played 44 minutes, made 9-of-19 shots, and finished with seven rebounds and 22 points. The Nets found out about the bad news after the game when the player received X-rays of his foot.

The Nets (9-17) were ridden by injuries despite coming in with championship expectations.

They also lost swingman Paul Pierce, point guard Deron Williams, and key bench players Jason Terry and Andrei Kirilenko to injuries several times this season.

However, price per head sportsbooks can see that the Lopez season-ending injury could be the Nets’ biggest blow. Lopez had an average of 20.7 points and six rebounds.

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that with a young, high-scoring big center, Lopez gave rookie coach Jason Kidd an advantage over several other teams.

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Now price per head sportsbooks believe that the Nets will probably start Kevin Garnett at center and Andray Blatche will see a rise in minutes.