Category Archives: Los Angeles Lakers

  1. The Ruler’s Back

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    December 6, 2013 by Brandon Keller

    Mamba Returns and He’s Hungry For Blood

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  2. The Playoff 3 and D Power Rankings

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    April 24, 2013 by Brandon Keller

    The name of this site, Three and D, comes from the most valuable of role players. For wings in the NBA, if you can come of the bench, make threes and play solid defense, you are more valuable to your team then floss following a filling of Filet Mignon. With that in mind, we rank the top 10 Three and D guys on the 16 playoff teams.

  3. Taming the Mamba

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    January 29, 2013 by Brandon Keller

    Kobe Bryant is the most deadly scorer in the league. So deadly, he gave himself the nickname “The Black Mamba”, referring to the the fact that the Mamba, like Kobe, can strike and kill at any time. But cue the snake charmer, because recently Kobe has been using his killer offensive arsenal to make his teammates better.

  4. 5 Pau Gasol Trades That Need To Happen

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    January 19, 2013 by Brandon Keller

    Pau Gasol is like a ripe and fresh dog turd sitting in the middle of the living room; he’s gotta go. So we take a jovial journey into hypothetical trade terrain to see what are the best destinations for SeƱor Gasol.

  5. The Best Basketball Rap Songs

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    January 17, 2013 by Brandon Keller

    NBA and Hip Hop go hand in hand. Plenty of rappers drop NBA stars in their lyrics, from Bill Russell to Kyrie Irving, so it makes sense that lots of rap songs are made purely about the NBA. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some NBA-centric tracks that are such jams we might as well call them Smuckers.

  6. Suit Up!

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    January 11, 2013 by Will Purvis

    When Stern dropped the hammer and instituted the dress code, players around the league had to take off the doo-rags and throw on the bow-ties. Players around the league decided to start expressing their individuality in “interesting” ways. We rank the 10 best post-game getups in “Suit Up!”

  7. NBA Talent Rankings: PF and C

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    January 11, 2013 by Brandon Keller

    In part Three of the NBA Talent Rankings, the top five Power Forward and Centers are ranked. The Power Forwards feature two early-00’s mainstays who should be calling games on TNT, not dominating them. As for the Centers, some surprise at the top. Let’s just say Dwight is NOT happy.