Dr. Rajpal Brar, DPT has a doctorate in physical therapy from Northern Arizona University, is a youth basketball coach at the U12 level and runs his own in-person and online sports medicine and performance business, 3CB Performance, in West LA and Valencia, CA in which he further combines his movement expertise and fitness training. Combining his background in biomechanics, movement science, and learning science - he consults in a variety of sports including basketball on movement mechanics and skill acquisition. Brar is additionally training at UCLA’s mindful awareness research center (MARC and analyzes the Lakers from a skills & medical perspective for Silver Screen and Roll and on his own YouTube Channel. You can follow him on Twitter at @3cbPerformance.
Let’s take a closer look at Max Christie’s defensive strengths and where he can improve for the Lakers
Let's take a closer look at Gabe Vincent’s knee injury that will continue to have him sidelined for the coming weeks and the treatment he has and will continue to receive.
Let's take a closer look at the defensive flashes Cam Reddish has shown thus far this season for the Lakers.
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Let's take a closer look at Jarred Vanderbilt’s left heel injury, the new prognosis and the return timeline for the Lakers wing.
Let's take a closer look at why the Lakers plan for LeBron James’ minutes makes sense on multiple levels
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Let’s take a closer look at LeBron James’ recovery from his foot injury and if there’s anything to worry about ahead of this Lakers season.