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Andy and Brian Kamenetzky bring you a daily look into the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA. The Kamenetzky Brothers have covered the Lakers since 2005 for a variety of media outlets including the LA Times, ESPN and The Athletic, with a unique style combining traditional journalism, informal commentary and offbeat humor. They'll break down all the latest news surrounding L.A.'s premiere franchise on the "Locked On Lakers" podcast, a part of the "Locked On Podcast Network". #nba #lakers
 
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Well, we learned what LeBron James found fishy! It was Tuesday's positive COVID-19 test, which entered him into the NBA's health and safety protocols and forced him to miss that night's game against the Kings. Considering Anthony Davis said LeBron told him he felt asymptomatic, it makes sense that The King thought his results might be a little wonk…
 
No LeBron James, no problem for the Lakers? If only it was that easy. Despite missing the King (protocols) for the indefinite future, the Lakers look poised to lean on Anthony Davis in order to try and turn the corner. Ethan and JC are back to discuss the emergence of Malik Monk, the absurdity of the emphasis on Trevor Ariza, and the importance of …
 
The Lakers have a couple days to kill between Tuesday's win over Sacramento, fueled by arguably their best half of the year, and Friday's tilt at Staples against the Clippers. Thankfully, LeBron James, stuck in the NBA's health and safety protocols, helped fill that space with a weird tweet about something fishy going on, featuring four different f…
 
And, we're back...Kinda. Maybe. We'll see how *motivated* we are to cover this team for the rest of this December month as we race to the Holidays. Pretty simple Outline for today's episode: The Somewhat Encouraging Silver-Linings We've Observed Recently The Downright Consistently Deplorable Aspects About This Season That Has Us Down For the Rest O…
 
LeBron James is expected to be in the health and safety protocols for 10 days, and that leaves some major holes to fill on both ends of the court. Sabreena and Harrison discuss how the Lakers can maneuver their center rotation to prop up their defense in LeBron's absence and also who can step up to fill the playmaking void. They also spend an appro…
 
Very little has gone according to plan for the Lakers this season, and that drumbeat continued Tuesday as the Lakers learned LeBron James would be forced into the league's Covid health and safety protocols. How long he'll be out depends on his symptoms and how fast he returns two negative tests, but at the least he'll miss Friday's game against the…
 
LeBron James tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of the Lakers game vs the Kings. AD tells the media LeBron is asymptomatic so far. As for the game itself the Lakers finally get a blowout win. Outscoring the Kings in the 2nd half 67-33. Alex Padilla and Alex Regla break it all down on this week's Talk-O Tuesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
 
Based on reports, it seems likely LeBron James tested positive for COVID. He will be out at least 10 days. Anthony reacts and says who needs to step up in his absence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
Trevor Ariza speaking to beat reporters is probably a great sign about his return. The lack of clarity on Kendrick Nunn is the opposite of that. Anthony rants about Avery Bradley and Frank Vogel (again). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
Avery Bradley's playing time (as in "why does he play so much?") has been a source of great controversy among Lakers fans and media. Well, Frank Vogel was asked by Brian himself on Monday after Lakers practice exactly what keeps Bradley in the lineup. As Vogel explained, a lot has to do with Bradley's mindset, which mirrors what his coach wants fro…
 
There was nothing inspiring about Sunday's 110-106 win for the Lakers over the Pistons at Staples Center. After a dominant third quarter (no, seriously), it looked like L.A. might finally get themselves the type of easy win that would make it possible to have a little fun, and at least feel for a minute or two like they're a legitimately good team.…
 
The Lakers won as handily as the 2021-22 Lakers can on Sunday at home against the Pistons behind stellar efforts from their Big Three of LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook. Jacob Rude (@JacobRude) and Sabreena Merchant (@sabreenajm) breakdown the victory and the performances of the Big Three while also looking at the ramifications of…
 
Where do we even start? The Lakers are playing an indefensible brand of basketball, they are completely disconnected as a team, and the effort looks laughable on most nights. The 3OT best worst game of the season was the Lakers poorest showing of the campaign, and while firing Frank Vogel is sure to be a hot Lakers topic, making a change at the hel…
 
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! But even if Locked On Lakers listeners didn't enjoy their dinner (or their families), they at least got to bask in the glow of Wednesday's strong Lakers victory over the Indiana Pacers. The 124-116 OT win capped the Lakers' roadie at 2-3, and featured some extremely interesting wrinkles. You had Anthony Davis…
 
The Lakers made a valiant comeback in their win against the Pacers mostly thanks to a center-less lineups that leaned into the team's offensive talent as much as possible. Sabreena and Anthony discuss how the success of these groups could and should influence Frank Vogel's lineup decision-making going forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
As the Lakers world turns, times are not great. But the show’s got a new name, and maybe the Lakers have turned a corner for the best. Despite the lowest moment of the season on Sunday with LeBron’s ejection, and another loss vs NY with LeBron suspended, happy days might be around the corner. Maybe. JC runs this solo edition of the newly crowned Sp…
 
The Lakers dropped another game Tuesday in New York. As they did Sunday in Detroit, they fell down big (this time by 25) and as it was in Detroit, they tried hard to climb out of the hole. But while the Pistons ultimately acquiesced, the Knicks did enough in the fourth quarter to hold on. The Lakers were betrayed by the defense early (36 points all…
 
It wasn't exactly a surprise, but the NBA handed down some discipline to LeBron James and the Lakers following Sunday's brawl in Detroit. One game for James as punishment for a reckless and dangerous fist/elbow to the face of Pistons center Isaiah Stewart (who got two games for going bat-bleep crazy in the aftermath, trucking nearly every member of…
 
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