In the NBA, it would be rare to see brothers playing on the same team. In the case of the Milwaukee Bucks, it gets better. They have twin brothers on the roster in Brook and Robin Lopez, both standing 7-feet that will spell big trouble to opposing squads.

Following a great run last NBA season, there is no denying that the Bucks are favorites for the 2019-20 NBA wars. They still have their main man, Giannis Antetokounmpo, leading the charge and have a formidable supporting cast. They did lose Malcolm Brogdon to the Indiana Pacers, a move that many question to this day. Khris Middleton will still be around although it remains to be seen if he will be enough.

Despite the questions surrounding the Bucks offseason moves, Brook Lopez feels that management made the right calls. This is despite sacrificing an offensive weapon in Brogdon which could be offset with the acquisition of another banger in Brook's brother Robin.

In an interview with Hoopsworld, Brook weighed in on the chance of the Bucks this season. Known for taking verbal swipes with his brother, the 31-year-old joked about it and said that it was a move he questions. He was, of course, speaking in jest.

"It’s going to be fun! I know my mom is going to be all about it. She was born in Milwaukee and grew up there for a few years. Now, she’s going to be an official Milwaukee resident again. She’ll be there all season long, watching our games," said the 10th overall pick of the 2008 NBA Draft.

It remains to be seen if the Lopez twins will play simultaneously. Seeing how Brook can knock down the three-pointer, there is a possibility. However, doing so would slow down the Bucks a bit and seeing Brook and Robin on the floor at the same time may be situational. Robin is known to be a banger inside, likely to work on the defensive and offensive glass. Either way, it would be a rare site but only seen depending on the call of head coach Mike Budenholzer.

Regardless if the Lopez towers are on the floor or not, all eyes will be on Antetokounmpo. In fact, an ESPN poll sees the Greek Freak winning the NBA MVP award once more. With the breakthrough he has had, there is no way to go but up for the Bucks star although his ultimate target is likely delivering an NBA title to Milwaukee.

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Brook Lopez is averaging 17.9 points and 7.3 rebounds per game in his career. Getty