Nets center Brook Lopez loves Disney World. But he does not want to play in Orlando. "He really wants to see it through with the Nets and go to Brooklyn," Chris Lopez, the center's brother and advisor, told The Post yesterday. "We're back in California and he understands the situation, but he wants to remain consistent: He wants to be a Brooklyn Net. He hasn't played anywhere else and he likes the organization. He wants to be a part of it now that they're going to be good." Lopez, the center, has been prominently mentioned in the Nets' talks with Orlando about a potential deal for Dwight Howard. He would need to agree to a sign-and-trade, and Chris Lopez, said, "Honestly, I couldn't answer that, it's Brook's call" about whether he would be a willing. "Brook is a very prideful person and he believes if he had a good roster around him, the Nets could compete for a title," Chris Lopez said.