Brandon Bass was created on April the 30th of 1985. His birth name is Brandon Samuel Bass. He’s two sib which are younger than him, Dashia and Chris. His parents are Charles Josef and Aretha Bass, the after passed away when he was ten years of age. That is a biography of the professional basketball player. He went to the Capitol High School in his hometown. It was during his time attending high school he began to get some recognition. Already in his senior year he rated the third best player in Southeast by Rivals.com, the eleventh finest in the country, and the seventh greatest power forward in the country. He graduated in 2003 and after that, various universities needed him to be part of the basketball program. While playing for the Louisiana State Fightin Tigers he played twenty nine matches and the subsequent year he played one more match. First Years. 2004 and 2005 were good times for the baseball player as he could achieve career highs. In a match against the Louisiana-Lafayette he scored a career high with 30 points. By 2005 he made his career high rebound in a match against the Mississippi State. Exactly the same year he reached his career high in blocks. In 2005 he was drafted by the New Orleans Hornets. In his first season he was delegated to the Oklahoma City Blue, also called the Tulsa 66ers, the New Orlean Hornets NBA Development League. He played just once during that entire season. He remained with the team for two years and in that time he played in fifty matches. He played one hundred games in his two years there. Then he signed with the Orlando Magic. He participated in one hundred and twenty six matches in his two seasons with this team. In his first regular season match there the team lost against the New York Knicks. The next year he helped his team in a victory against the Philadelphia 76ers. They were later eliminated by the Miami Heat. 3 years after, in 2015, he joined the Los Angeles Lakers. He made his advent in a match against the Minnesota Timberwolves on October of that year. He’s now playing because team. He wed his now wife Melissa Prejean in 2013. With her he had two kids, one son and a daughter. They’re Brandon Brass Jr. and Bella Bass.