With a win over Houston Rockets in December 2015, Brook became the 6th player to achieve 400 starts for the Nets franchise. In early January, he recorded season-high statistics in a game against the Boston Celtics.
He continued to beat his record in the following games, with 31 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder, 33 points against the New Orleans Pelicans and 33 points against the New York Knicks.
On November 15, 2016, in a 125-118 loss to the Lakers, he accumulated 10 rebounds, 30 points & three blocks and became the Brooklyn Nets’ franchise leader in blocks, surpassing George Johnson’s previous record of 863.
Enjoying a huge $14 million salary check after signing a three-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets, Brook's net worth in 2016 is estimated at over $30 million. Not bad!
The Brooklyn Nets star is presently recovering from an injury on his right foot. He had undergone a surgery in January 2014.