Brickley and Smalls, give there final thoughts on the Denver Nugget series, play your voicemails, and give you an extensive preview of what you should look out for in this matchup against the Orlando Magic.
The Lakers won’t get a chance to avenge their NBA Finals loss to Boston, but they will face the team that eliminated the Celtics this season: the Orlando Magic.
Originally thought to be out until next season with a shoulder injury, Orlando Magic All-Star point guard Jameer Nelson could possibly return for the NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers.
I don't even need to bother telling you to watch the latest installment of MVP, just click the play button...
Great article on Pau.
The officiating in this year's playoffs has been horrible. Pretty much every coach has complained at one time or another about flagrant fouls, a disparity in calls, or some other shenanigans.
The Lakers are 1 win away from back-to-back NBA Finals appearances and the Voice of the Nation continues to bring you Lakers coverage you won’t get anywhere else!
Kobe Bryant offered himself up as bait and the Denver Nuggets bit. That freed up Lamar Odom and Pau Gasol on the inside, where the Lakers' big men dominated.
Here's the fourth installment of those brilliant commercial of our two favorite puppets...
Dwight Howard not only finds the commercials unfunny, he finds them downright offensive...
Just let your soooouuuuul glow, baby...
-Small and D-Bricks once again deliver another EXCLUSIVE interview with Lakers radio play-by-play announcer Spero Dedes!
Making an inbounds pass is something most of us take for granted. I mean, how hard could it be to simply pass the ball to one of your four teammates ANYWHERE on the court?
Veteran guard's well-timed sideline speech pushes Lakers past Nuggets in key Game 3.