My Three Favorite Details - NBA champions Edition: Smothering team D, J.R. Smith’s aversion to shirts, and more!
The Lakers’ smothering defense on Duncan Robinson and J.R. Smith’s shirtless energy are two of my favorite details from the Lakers’ championship-clinching Game 6.
Anthony Davis’ incredible shot blocking and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope making critical plays are two of my numerous favorite plays from the Lakers during Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
I detail my three favorite Lakers’ skills - one movement mechanics, one physical, and one mental - from the past week of Lakers basketball
Rajon Rondo has the best 3-point percentage of any (non-Quinn Cook) Laker in the postseason.
My Three Favorite Details (Extended Edition!): LeBron James puts the clamps on Jamal Murray, Dwight Howard dominates the glass and more
LeBron James’ defense and the rebounding of Dwight Howard are two of the best highlights from the Lakers during this week of the NBA playoffs.
Anthony Davis hitting a game-winner was just one of our favorite highlights from the Lakers in the NBA playoffs this week.
My Three Favorite Details (Extended Edition!): Alex Caruso chases down James Harden, LeBron channels Dirk Nowitzki and more
Alex Caruso’s chase down block and LeBron’s one-footed step back are two of numerous favorite plays from the Lakers during this week of the NBA playoffs.
Breaking down Rajon Rondo’s incredible Game 3 performance vs. the Houston Rockets.
Anthony Davis giving P.J. Tucker work is just one of my favorite three plays from the Lakers during this week of the NBA playoffs.
I break down my three favorite details from the Lakers’ finale three playoff games vs Portland — one highlighting elite mechanics, one physical attributes, and one mental skills.
I break down my three favorite details from the Lakers’ first two playoff games vs Portland — one highlighting elite mechanics, one physical attributes, and one mental skills.
I explained the jump technique and science that underlies LeBron’s single-leg, vertical jumping ability
In the last seven games, Rondo has shot a team high 75.0% from three. That’s something not many Lakers fans saw coming as the season approached, and it’s made him invaluable for the team.
Kyle Kuzma scored 23 points in 25 minutes in yesterday’s win over the Suns. Hopefully, this is the start of another Kuzmania tour for the Lakers.
Anthony Davis is a matchup nightmare that will allow the Lakers to reap the benefits of going small, without actually having to do so.
The Lakers haven’t gotten as much out of Moe Wagner as they have with their other recent draft picks, but he’s been given an opportunity to show what he can do of late, and mostly been pretty good.
The Lakers need Rajon Rondo to take the reins when he returns to the lineup on Thursday.
Brandon Ingram had himself a game Wednesday night.
Not quite Super Saiyan levels this time around, but Lonzo showed tremendous pick-and-roll control.
It’s pretty fun watching Kuzma in the zone.
It was Lonzo Ball’s big preseason debut but Kyle Kuzma stole the show.
That’s how you use length.
It was (kind of) awesome.
It might be working.
This rookie’s arms are made of elastic.