The Big 3 is gearing up to enter its third season this summer and had already added notable names such as Al Jefferson, Gilbert Arenas, Jason Terry, Joe Johnson, Josh Smith, Mario Chalmers, Brandon Rush, Shannon Brown, Lamar Odom, Steve Blake, and Kendrick Perkins are some of the new players that signed with the league this offseason.
After Hall of Fame coach Nancy Lieberman helped lead Power to the second annual league championship in Brooklyn along with Corey Maggette, Cuttino Mobley, and Quentin Richardson to name a few. Power would beat 3’s Company 51-43, and earning the Julius Erving Championship Trophy in front of 13,504 in attendance at the Barclay Barclays Center.
Power Coach Nancy Lieberman already made history by becoming the first ever female to coach a men’s professional sports team. Follow that honor by capturing a league championship in her rookie season as coach.
The third annual season is geared to start her shortly, but the draft pool of players is still addressed to play this season. According to a league source former Washington Wizard point guard and current Dallas Mavericks assistant coach God Shammgod is interested in playing in the Big 3 this season. The former McDonalds All- American high school standout at LaSalle Academy turned heads, while at Providence with would his signature crossover. Known only as ‘The Shammgod.‘
Shammgod would go on to play 20 games in the NBA for the Washington Wizards during the 1997–98 season. After his short stint in the NBA, Shammgod spent the rest of his professional career overseas until 2009, where he finished up with the Oregon Waves. In 2016, the Dallas Mavericks hired him as a dribbling coach and is still a part of their staff today.