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Max Christie

Max Christie

Pts
3.8
Reb
2.2
Ast
0.5
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/190 lbs
Born: Arlington Heights, Illinois
College: Michigan State
Draft: 2022 2nd round (5th pick) by the
  • SNY

    Source: Lakers have expressed confidence in landing Nets' Kyrie Irving for Russell Westbrook, first-round pick package

    The day after Kyrie Irving made his trade request, members of the Lakers expressed confidence that they would ultimately be able to land Irving for a package that included Russell Westbrook and a first-round pick.

  • Los Angeles Daily News

    For LeBron James, developing 'unguardable shot' was key in his evolution as a scorer

    LeBron James' post-up game has an unmistakable, entirely predictable rhythm. “There's nothing you can do,” James told SCNG. For a player who has averaged more than 27 points per game for his career, good for the fifth-highest average in NBA history, many coaches preface any perspective about James' chase of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's hallowed career scoring record by saying James isn't “a natural scorer.”

  • Lakers Nation

    This Day In Lakers History: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Outduels Hakeem Olajuwon, Ralph Sampson In Win Over Rockets

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is one of the greatest players in the history of the NBA yet he doesn't get talked about nearly enough in those conversations. Regardless, Kareem remains far and away the greatest scorer of all-time and his exploits stretched even into the latter stages of his career. No longer the athlete he was in his prime, Kareem relied on his number of post moves, particularly the sky hook, to get baskets over anyone who tried to guard him. On Feb. 5, 1985, the Houston Rockets had a pair of Hall-of-Famers more than a decade younger than him, and neither stood a chance.