Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Authors Posts by Jaime Quintanilla

Jaime Quintanilla

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.


Join the TLN krew via chat and Twitter as they chat about Game 4 of the NBA Finals!


The Los Angeles Lakers remain in Orlando for the all important Game Four of the NBA Finals. Los Angeles is looking to bounce back from their loss in Game Three. Despite what you might hear or read somewhere else.


G-Small delivers your Game 3 report on the Lakers' 108-104 loss to the Orlando Magic.


Kobe Bryant looked tired during the latter stages of Game 3...


Television ratings for the NBA finals are holding up from last year even though Lakers-Magic isn't as glamorous a matchup as the 2008 series between Los Angeles and the Boston Celtics.


Special thanks to the entire AM570 KLAC / Lakers Broadcast Team for making radio "Magic" for the past "32" years. In addition to Producing...


G-Small breaks down the thrilling Game 2 overtime triumph that left the Lakers only 2 steps away from their 15th NBA Championship!


He plays 41 minutes in the Game 2 victory, making a key steal in overtime.


Los Angeles Lakers’ guard Jordan Farmar announced today that he is holding an online raffle to win tickets, airfare and hotel accommodations in Orlando to Game #4 of the NBA Finals match-up between the Lakers and Magic on June 11th.


David and Greg play postgame audio, give Game 1 analysis and play your voicemails.


According to the Orlando Sentinel, Orlando Magic All-Star point guard Jameer Nelson will not play in game one tonight against the Los Angeles Lakers.


There are still several concerns facing this team outside of simple basketball x’s and o’s. One little thing called the Curse of Chick Hearn.


Following in the footsteps of my bi-racial idol, I decided to put down my own set of predictions about this year's Finals.


Traded by Orlando in November 2007 while struggling with his role, he is showing the skills that L.A. saw in him. He has come up big in playoffs with three-point shooting and game-turning steals.



With the Lakers off to a poor start, trade rumors have begun to swirl around Kobe Bryant, leading many to speculate if he'll leave for greener pastures. Kobe puts those rumors to rest in his interview with Yahoo Sports.
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