David Brickley and Gregory Small will be your host throughout the 2008-2009 NBA season, updating you on everything that has to do with your Los Angeles Lakers. Bringing you up to date news, stats, exclusive interviews, relevant information and most importantly all this will be given to you from a Lakers perspective.

David and G come to you as they do every week to discuss the 17 and 2 start, why they feel Lamar can’t lead a line let alone an entire bench, discuss questions and comments from the listeners, talk Celtics, the matchup with the Kings, and reveal a NEW Lakers moment. Also we welcome back Andrew Rafner, for the first installment of the Shoutbox!

Ray J – Sexy Can I
Flo’z – Voice of the Nation Official Intro
50 Cent – She Wants It
Lit – My Own Worst Enemy
The Arcade Fire – Wake Up
MIMS – This Is Why I’m Hot

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Mission Impossible Theme
WWE: The Rock Sings To Sacramento

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  • Michael_23

    I agree with the convo about Lamar Odom, LO really has had only 2 or 3 productive games. I really don’t see the Lakers offering what he makes today next season and will either trade him, offer him something less next season, or let him go. Trevor Ariza is really energizing the bench mob, not LO. In fact, I rank LO as of today is the 8th most productive player on the squad out of 12 behind the starting 5, Ariza and Farmar.


    I love the WWE Rock Concert, used to like WWE, but like many, I stopped watching after the Rock left the company.

  • Jonny

    you guys need to have your cell phone’s turned off when you record these, slightly unprofessional.

    good content though