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Magic Johnson is Large and In Charge

Posted by on Feb 23, 2017 in Kamenetzky Brothers Land O'Lakers Podcast, Lakers Audio, Opinion, Podcast | 2 comments

So, what’s new with you?

Really? That’s it? Wow, the Lakers have had a much busier week. Magic Johnson is officially in charge of basketball operations. Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss are out. Rob Pelinka is (almost) in. And the new crew is already making deals! What do we make of the Lou Williams trade? We break it all down in an action packed 40 minutes of nothing but talking.

 

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Lineup Changes, and Magic’s Back!

Posted by on Feb 10, 2017 in Opinion, Podcast |

Soooooo…. Big week!

The Lakers have made significant changes in the starting lineup, which could have significant impact on the decisions that will be made this summer about basketball operations now that Magic Johnson is back in the building, which could have an impact on whether or not the rumors about a potential return for Jerry West might be true, which could have an impact on whether or not the Lakers sign Charles Oakley this offseason.

Actually, that last part isn’t true, but Oak is back in the news following Wednesday’s bizarre-as-**** melee at Madison Square Garden. All that, and why Phil Jackson is failing as team builder in New York.

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Has D’Angelo Russell Lost John Q. Lakers Fan?

Posted by on Jan 24, 2017 in Kamenetzky Brothers Land O'Lakers Podcast, Lakers Audio, Opinion, Podcast | 1 comment

We’re back, and on today’s show are talkin’…

  • …the worst loss in Lakers history, at least if you measure by points.
  • …how LA’s cold streak since that 10-10 start impacts Jeanie Buss and the big decisions on basketball ops staring her in the face.
  • …whether the average Lakers fan is still fully on board with D’Angelo Russell. Because man alive, he’s a lightning rod.

And finally, why are NBA coaches so comfortable talking politics?

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The Lakers at the Quarter Pole

Posted by on Dec 1, 2016 in Kamenetzky Brothers Land O'Lakers Podcast, Lakers Analysis, Lakers Audio, Opinion, Podcast |

10-10!

Surprising, to say the least, but 20 games in, the Lakers are a .500 team hanging on the edge of the playoff ladder. To put things in perspective, last season the team’s 10th win didn’t come until February 2nd. This year? November 30. Aside from the most optimistic heart-over-head diehards, few saw this coming. But it has, so what does it mean going forward? We break it down, focusing on…

  • Nick Young’s injury. What does it do to the rotation? What if he misses a full month?
  • Brandon Ingram. His progress to this point, and whether it’s time to go all in and call the kid a future star.
  • Luke Walton. Why he’s been successful, and how a combination of coaching talent and good timing could serve the Lakers very well for a long time.

All that and… well, actually, no more. Just all that.

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Billy Bob Thornton on Bad Santa 2, TV vs. Film, baseball, and My Little Pony

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in Podcast, Q & A |

A few years back, we had the pleasure of welcoming the great Billy Bob Thornton to our show. And now, he’s back!

We talk Bad Santa 2 (along with the original), the greatness of John Ritter, what makes this a golden age for television (Thornton was amazing in AMC’s “Fargo,” and stars in Amazon’s “Goliath”), his love of baseball, and — because of course we would — My Little Pony.

Fun stuff. Enjoy!

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Ricki Stern — HBO’s “Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing”

Posted by on Nov 17, 2016 in Podcast, Q & A |

Andy and Brian talk with Ricki Stern, co-director of the HBO documentary ‘Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing.’ The movie takes an in-depth and sobering look at the devastation following the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, and how various victims picked up the pieces to move forward with their lives. The interview also touches upon the way we discuss terrorism in America and the process of telling such personal and painful stories.

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