Jaime Quintanilla

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Jaime is the co-owner and Operating Director for LakerNation.com from Alhambra, CA. He's help create the official websites for Kevin Durant and Goodwin Sports. Currently, he's the Online Producer for FOX Sports Radio and AM570 KLAC.

They surpass the Knicks in Forbes magazine rankings and are also the most profitable.

A well rested G-Small returns, along with D-Bricks to deliver another EXCLUSIVE interview, as Lakers radio play-by-play announcer joins the show and talks NBA & Lakers basketball!!

The decade began with the Lakers winning a championship and as it comes to a close we find the Lakers are defending champions again...

Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson recently refuted NBA commissioner David Stern's claim that a woman would possibly play in the NBA in the next 10 years.

Veteran says he can't think of anything the team could be doing better at this point.

'It's happening for him,' the NBA's all-time leading scorer says of the 22-year-old Lakers center, adding that his star pupil is further along on offense than on defense.

He does a lot of weird stuff, and his train of thought quite often chugga-chuggas around in circles...

ow, I wonder: after a pretty busy summer, it seems like Mitch Kupchak has it pretty easy these days.

If their was only a way we could face the Blazers or the Bobcats every game...

He says he shared drinking story because kids today can relate to his problems. Lakers aren't fazed.

T-Minus a few more weeks for a 100% healthy Lakers squad!

After the Lakers' less-than-stellar 7-3 start, the expectations surrounding this team had substantially lowered. But as they've shown in the past, that's when the Lakers function at their best.

Forum Blue and Gold/NBC Los Angeles's Kurt Helin (who got wind of the news through the New York Times) recently wrote a piece about Kobe Bryant buoying the spirits of Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young through a series of texts.

After disclosing last week that he used to ride in the Houston Rockets' team bus wearing only his underwear, Lakers forward Ron Artest told the Sporting News of another activity he used to do while playing with the Chicago Bulls.

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