Tomorrow’s LXM PRO Los Angeles event marks the final game of the season for the LXM PRO. In Connor’s preview of the game, he takes a look at who the league scoring champ might be when all is said and done. One of our LAS Community members was thinking along the same lines, wondering who you’d pick for the LXM PRO season MVP.
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LXM PRO 858 in San Diego was a thriller last weekend, with Team STX edging out a 16-15 win over Maverik United on a Max Ritz goal with two seconds left. Earlier in the game, Sam Bradman put Team STX on his back with four first half goals, including what was just about the most beautiful low release shot I have ever seen. It was an on the run riser, and Kyle Harrison definitely appreciated the shot as much as I did.
The LXM ATS (Lacrosse x Movement Tournament Series) enjoyed some fantastic weather in California’s capital city, and fans were treated to an exciting game, where Team STX topped Maverik United 12-10. The week before, STX had won 20-19 in Utah, and it was interesting to see the two teams play such different games.
The title of this post may be confusing, because you might not know what a dap is. I didn’t know either, but LXM buds Kyle Harrison and Sam Bradman knew the word. Here, suited up for the Jack Lingo/Fireball squad at Lake Placid, they celebrated a goal with a dap.
In the LXM PRO’s last stop in Chicago, fans were treated to a big time whooping put on by Maverik United. Mav won the game 17-11, and just looked like they wanted it a whole lot more than Team STX. Maybe my article previewing the game spurred these guys on to some extra effort? I was a little harsh on the Brattons in particular, and they clearly came to play.
Last weekend at LXM|ATS San Diego Kevin Rowen caught up with Kyle Harrison and Sam Bradman at their shooting clinic with Peter Baum. The kids were really excited to see these guys take some rips, and K18 gave his famous triple-threat shooting talk while Baum focused on shooting on the run and Bradman showed off his one-of-a-kind shooting form.
With the first 2013 LXM PRO event in Orange County, California in the books, professional lacrosse season is now fully underway. The LXM, MLL, and Summer Box in Canada are all going strong, and the best players on the planet are getting paid to play the game. Connor Wilson takes a look at the first event of the 2013 LXM season, and so far, things are definitely looking up.
In today’s match-up, we pit two of LXM Pro’s best against each other. A battle just as big as Kobe Bryant and Lebron James, the season veteran vs. the young gun. The only difference is these two are on the same team, work for the same lacrosse company and they are great friends.
Sam Bradman can flat out score, and while we all know a good player can play with just about any stick, he must be doing something special with his stringing. Fortunately for us, STX just wrapped up a three part stringing series in which Bradman teaches viewers how to lace up a gamer like his.
This week’s Lacrosse Drop is a great mix of news, excellent video, links, photos and more. Drop on in, we’re expecting you.
There has been some great conversation so far this year. See what interested the LAS Nation the most in 2012!
Sam Bradman put together a record-setting performance at the LXM Pro Tour’s stop in Vegas. As good as his numbers were, they’re even more impressive when you see the actual plays.
Video highlights from the LXM PRO 949 event in Orange County, California. Watch Mike Powell collect dimes, John Christmas pick corners, and the Most Interesting Man in Lacrosse show off his low to high rip.
Sam Bradman is probably the most hyped D3 player in recent memory. He’s chosen the LXM over the MLL and signed with STX, and he just might be the most interesting man in lacrosse right now.
Salisbury University (MD) takes home their NINTH National Championship thanks to a great team D, Sam Bradman, a lot of heart and composure. They’re BAAAAA-AAAAACK! Da Gulls.