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The Basketball Reasons podcast, hosted by Ric Lampkins (a.k.a. Charles Diamond, the Black Bruce Wayne) chronicles the past, present, and future of the front office landscape of the Los Angeles Lakers through stories of player transactions, staff hirings and firings, and occasionally, league news with a pair of forum blue and gold tinted glasses on. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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On this episode of the Basketball Reasons podcast, Charles Diamond delves into the story of Trevor Ariza leaving his hometown Los Angeles Lakers to join the Houston Rockets in 2009, and the circumstances that led to the Lakers filling his void with Ron Artest a.k.a. Metta World Peace. After a musical interlude, Raj of Unwritten Rules joins the pod …
 
WE BACK! 2019 brings new beginnings, including a brand new season of your favorite Lakers storytelling podcast, Basketball Reasons. Charles Diamond brings back season 1 guest and #KnicksTwitter celeb Sam Rodriguez (19:18) to compare the current situations of the Knicks and Lakers, and to also preview the upcoming matchup between the two teams. But …
 
In signing LeBron James to a four-year contract, Magic Johnson has validated all of the hope, faith, and expectations placed at his feet by Lakers fans who were hoping the Johnson could once again bring Showtime to the Lakers, even from an office overlooking the court rather than sprinting up and down it. So this episode, we took a look back at the…
 
As the Lakers refuse to trade their young core for a star for the second consecutive NBA off-season, Basketball Reasons takes a look back at a few previous instances of the Lakers acquiring big-name star players in trades, going from Wilt Chamberlain to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and culminating in the possibly franchise-altering moment when Los Angeles r…
 
Basketball Reasons is back with part two of our NBA Draft Banter show featuring college basketball mastermind Adam Richardson. In this second segment of the NBA Draft podcast, Ric and Adam finally review the Los Angeles Lakers' draft picks in the 2018 NBA Draft: Moritz Wagner, Issac Bonga, and Svi Mykailiuk. Adam discusses why he thinks the Lake Sh…
 
College basketball aficianado Adam Richardson joins the podcast for a special two-part episode, where he and Ric aimed to review the Los Angeles Lakers 2018 draft yet somehow didn't discuss it until they recorded an hour's worth of material. In this first hour, they connect DeAndre Jordan's year at Texas A&M, the failed Steve Nash trade, and Jrue H…
 
How exactly did Shaq decide on joining the Lakers? Was it always his number one choice, or did the Orlando Magic basically buy his plane ticket to LAX? Charles Diamond recounts the tale of Shaquille O'Neal's 1996 free agency, a story told originally by Joel Corry of CBS Sports, who was an assistant to Shaq's then agent Leonard Armato. This is a tex…
 
Charles Diamond ventures out by his lonesome for this episode that gets back Basketball Reasons' storytelling roots. On episode four, we examine Kobe Bryant's 1996 claim that he would eventually become the Will Smith of the NBA. We attempt to answer Kanye West's age old question of "What the f*** does that mean Kobe Bryant?" and take a look at thei…
 
Charles Diamond welcomes Samantha Rodriguez a.k.a. FroMagnum to the pod to re-visit the 2015 NBA Draft and pontificate on why the Lakers passed on Kristaps Porzingis. They discuss whether DLo would have stayed Me7o on the Knicks and if the Unicorn would have survived Byron Scott's foxhole. This easy-going pod is a loose and relaxed listen, either d…
 
Ric welcomes Oklahoma City Thunder fan and Hoops Head Podcast host Abou Kamara, a.k.a. Hoops to the show to discuss whether or not Paul George wants to play for the Lakers. Ric makes the case for leaving, Hoops makes the case for staying, and the two end on a more harmonious note discussing potential trade packages. See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
In the inaugural edition of the Basketball Reasons podcast, Ric Lampkins a.k.a. Charles Diamond welcomes Chris Paul fan Omar Kamara to the mic to break down the namesake event of the pod, the failed Chris Paul to the Lakers trade. Omar gives his perspective on whether David Stern best served the league, Ric waxes poetic about where Stern went wrong…
 
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