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.
The LXM PRO swings back into action on Saturday, June 8th in Orange County, California. While the location isn't a new one (LXM has held numerous events in the OC), the game itself definitely presents a number of new aspects to the LXM, and we're excited to preview some of these evolutions the Tour will see in 2013.
Peter Baum has chosen Adrenaline and the LXM PRO over playing in Major League Lacrosse. Connor Wilson breaks down the why, and how this move can help lacrosse continue to grow.
If you're like me, you read a blasé press release last night about Maverik Lacrosse joining up with the LXM Pro. Here's the gist: Maverik has signed on to sponsor one of the teams, called Maverik United, which will be replacing Team Solé for 2013-14, and facing off against Team STX, at each LXM PRO event.
Welcome back to Pick Your Poison! The Lacrosse Network has two excellent plays to offer up, and in this week’s Pick Your Poison, we’re pitting Joel White of the MLL vs Erik Krum of the LXM PRO, and we want to know which "Catch and Shoot" effort you prefer!
This week's match-up is all about the brothers behind the LXM Pro.
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.