The Thunder were rolling in Game 3 last night, and G-Small and D-Bricks break down the Lakers lackluster loss in what has been the greatest sports day in Oklahoma City history!
As expected, the Lakers held the home court advantage by taking the first two games of the series. The venue switches from the bright lights of Los Angeles to Oklahoma City, home of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum; a city said to have the best of the historic Old West and the vibrant energy of Bricktown, the city's lively entertainment district.
Our Los Angeles Lakers have now won two games in the 2010 NBA Playoffs. 14 more for an NBA title! David Brickley and Gregory Small discuss the Lakers/Thunder series, and their thoughts thus far on the Voice of the Nation #78!
Thousands of Laker Fans from across the globe have voted and followed the madness on the Voice of the Nation through five intense rounds.
1 down and 15 to go! G-Small breaks down the Lakers first step on their stretch run to back-to-back titles!
Raise your hand if you agree with Miami guard Quentin Richardson’s assessment of Paul Pierce’s acting ability.
The posturing has begun between the Lakers and the Thunder. Los Angeles coach Phil Jackson told reporters Wednesday that Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant gets preferential treatment from referees.
The last game of the regular season... finally! Ever since the Lakers received their Championship rings before the season opener, the only thing that seemed to be on everyone’s minds was getting another one. There were high expectations for this defending championship team, as should have been.
Chick Hearn statue will be unveiled at STAPLES Center prior to Game. 2 of the Lakers/Thunder series. Truly deserving!Chick Hearn statue will be unveiled at STAPLES Center prior to Game. 2 of the Lakers/Thunder series. Truly deserving!
All games start to count this weekend, and Laker fans are hoping a switch is flipped. David Brickley and Gregory Small discuss the state of the Lakers, and their expectations on the Voice of the Nation #78!
The (55-22) Los Angeles Lakers are back in Colorado; the first stop of a two-game road trip to face the (51-27) Denver Nuggets.
The Lakers continue to fly in a holding pattern around Andrew Bynum, their starting center out for the foreseeable future while still feeling pain because of a strained left Achilles' tendon.
The deal, which had been rumored to be worth close to $90 million, will actually pay Bryant $83.5 million.
The clock is running out on the Lakers chance to win 60 games, and G-Small and D-Bricks are in the stretch run with Voice...