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.
Usually here at the Lakers Nation, we do "2nd Look" for game winners (let's get real, Kobe Bryant clips) and dunks. But today, we'd like to give a "2nd Look" at the closing minute of last night's ah-mazing game...
6 down, and 10 to go as the Lakers take care of the Jazz in Game 2, and look to take a commanding 3-0 series lead up in Utah on Saturday. In this episode the fellas discuss… Game 2 recap, has a defensive switch been flipped? And much more!
I spoke with a young man today about the Lakers. He's 18 years old and lives and dies with Laker wins and losses. I was talking to him about yesterday's win over the Utah Jazz and he said to me, "I was just waiting for the Lakers to blow them out...but it never happened."
Round 2 and it's the same old song, as the Los Angeles Lakers get the early edge on the Utah Jazz. G-Small and D-Bricks recap Game 1, as the Lakers are only 11 victories away from another NBA Championship!
Our Los Angeles Lakers are now 18-0 in Game 5's when the series is tied 2-2. You can now take that finger off the panic button. David Brickley gives you extensive an Game 5 post-game coverage as the Lakers beat the Thunder 111-87 to take a 3-2 series advantage.
Let's play a game. Read the quote below and try to fill in the blanks: "The ______ keep surprising everyone but themselves, and now they've got a chance to pull off the ultimate stunner: knocking out the Los Angeles Lakers. The scrappy, undermanned _____ pushed the Lakers to the limit in their series with a decisive victory..."
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.