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.

I don't celebrate Christmas, but I definitely know what I want for Christmas...

The drama-filled franchise gave us plenty to laugh, cry, and think about this year. Even so, it's hard to remember all that went on with the Lakers without some help. Luckily the entire year's events were documented on the Los Angeles Lakers 2008 Facebook page...

If you've ever been to a Laker game (or have access to Google Images), you probably wouldn't mind seeing one of the 22 Laker Girls under the tree, waiting calmly for you to unwrap her.

Kobe Bryant rescued the Los Angeles Lakers from a third straight loss...

It remains to be seen how Grizzlies fans will welcome him back nearly 11 months after his big trade to the Lakers, which has worked out extremely well for L.A.

He says the team is too much like the Phoenix Suns were, tough on offense but porous on defense. 'We're not making it hard enough for teams,' he says.

Jordan Farmar will miss at least three games because of a knee injury he sustained in Friday night's 89-87 loss to the Miami Heat.

Lakers Examiner: Former Los Angeles Lakers great Magic Johnson is getting an early start on his Christmas debut as an ESPN/ABC color commentator. Magic seems...

On December 13th, KLAC AM570 and the Lakers Nation attended We Love L.A. Day at Universal Studios Hollywood. Here's the video, and be sure to...

Phil's making a list, checking it twice, gonna find out who's been naughty or nice. After that, he'll decide what gift each Laker deserves for his performance in the 2008-09 season thus far...

He vents to Coach Phil Jackson, who apparently wants the guard to be more precise

Gasol skips practice and is questionable for Friday's game against Miami because of strep throat. Odom does practice but has an upper respiratory infection.

It was every Lakers fan’s favorite parlor game in June, in particular the span from the 5th through the 17th, or any time anyone saw Kendrick Perkins and Leon Powe bending the rim: what would Andrew Bynum do?

The Lakers were trying to protect a one-point lead with 3.8 seconds left, and all they had to do was inbound the basketball.

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