The Los Angeles Lakers introduced forward Brandon Bass on Wednesday afternoon, joining Roy Hibbert and Lou Williams as the newest members of the purple and gold. A 10-year NBA veteran, Bass is known for his high character and work ethic, defending the pick-and-roll and knocking down the mid-range jumper.
Likely also brought in to mentor forward Julius Randle, Bass talks about what he’s hoping to teach the young prospect and how he’s been able to keep his body in such great health for so many years (Bass has missed just one game in his past three seasons).
As a member of the rival Boston Celtics the past four seasons, we had to ask Bass what it felt like to be surrounded by purple and gold. Plus, he’s got something in common with new teammate Lou Williams, and he’s constantly getting confused for other players in the NBA like Draymond Green![divide]
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