Join David Brickley ,  Kevin Figgers , and Jason Riley for another postgame edition of the Voice of the Nation.

They recap the Game Two loss at Staples,  play post-game audio, and take calls from Laker Nation. Is it time to panic?


  • Lakers Lose Game 2, Fall 0-2 to Mavs
  • Postgame Audio: Kobe, Phil Jackson, Dirk
  • Pau Gasol still can’t find his rhythm
  • POLL QUESTION: Who is to blame for the Lakers 0-2 series hole?
  • CALLS from the Nation
  • Ron Artest most likley Suspended?
  • Around the NBA
  • Dwight Howard not answering questions about future
  • and Much MUCH More

Additonal Audio

  • TNT

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  • emily

    i still have faith in the Lakers!…we all have bad days!..lets get the next two wins!..P.s. the booing at staples tonight was unexceptable by the fans!..thats NOT how you treat the two time defending champs! afterall, we are TRUE Laker fans=)

    • LakerMarc

      Emily I was there and you know what altho I didnt boo…it was for the entire team this previous games this season the fans have booed Pau and has he taken the message to heart?…he acknowledges it and says so in interviews but has anything changed….the way LA reacts to things…I wouldn’t even doubt that some civilian eruption is on the surface if the lakers are eliminated….and let’s face it…its imminent. scary!!!

  • Reyes.Angelo

    This is the a challenge not only for the Lakers but for Kobe if he comes back to win this series and the championship there will be a lot of talk. Don’t give hope I trust the Lakers, did we expect the Grizzlies to win? No. So its all in the Lakers hands right now.

  • Andrew Leff

    Kobe needs to step up in the 4th quarter if this is going to get any better. He missed a critical shot–and made a bad turnover–in the final minute of Game One. Last night, he scored only five points in the fourth quarter, and that was in a 30-second stretch when the Lakers were already down 13. That’s not good enough from a team leader, and it has to change. Check it out: