David and G come to you on this Friday to discuss the Lakers clinching of the Pacific Division title. The guys go back and review this mini three game road trip vs Portland, Houston, and San Antonio. They show you what Trevor Ariza said after the hard foul on Rudy Fernandez, and G-Small is saying LeBron will be the league’s MVP?

Bringing you talent is the new vision of the Voice of the Nation, and the fellaz come through again, they welcome from the AM570 family, JOE GRANDE, former host of The Weekend Barbeque.

Finally, they discuss the listener’s comments, and as always give you another Top Lakers Moment, another big show to book end your week! Happy Friday!

Cassidy – My Drink N My 2 Step
Flo’z – TLN Theme song
Snoop Dogg – Life Of Da Party
Will Smith – Switch
Commodores- Brickhouse
Mission Impossible Theme

Trevor Ariza Postgame
Lamar Odom Postgame
Lakers Line Caller
Lakers vs. Mavericks – December 12, 2005 (UPN 21)

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Download Link: Voice of the Nation – Episode #30

  • True Lakers Fan

    Hey Guys Great Podcast I’m Going To Be Asking Questions From Now On! You Should Just Call Me Kyler For Short (thats my real name) My Next Question Is What Do You Think For The Future After PJ and Kobe Retires?? Go Joe Grande

  • Sean All Ivy

    Once again great show. LWO stand up! Question for you guys: Do you think that Kobe settles for too many jump shots in crunch time? Kobe is one of the best dribble-drivers in the game because of his excellent body control and his abilitly to drawl fouls while in the key and I think he should utilize it more in the final minutes when they need a big basket. Don’t get me wrong, Kobe is a great shooter but I think he settles for bad shots sometimes when he is isolated on the outside.
    As for my name, I was an All League athlete in the Ivy League a few years ago before I graduated and my first name is Sean. LAKE SHOW FOR LIFE!

  • http://hzmdesigns.com Kam Pashai

    I confirm what Joe Grande said, he did spark our relationship with AM570.

    And we like you too, Money. Matt’s been good to us as well. But I had no idea that we ran the PMS Facebook. That’s probably something I should know about… right?

  • http://twitter.com/nugge7 Jaime Quintanilla

    [Comment ID #64487 Will Be Quoted Here]

    I think he meant that Andrew ran the Facebook for PMS.

  • http://www.visionofthefans.com Chris Manning

    It all stems to love. Joe is the man – we definitely love that dude…

  • Taylor D.M.I

    Hey, thanks for doing a great podcast again.
    I think the Lakers should start Farmar next season. Let’s take Rajon Rondo for example. Last season, Farmar was just as good as Rondo. However, Rondo was starting the whole season and through the playoffs, and now look at how good he is.
    So, if Farmar is starting, he will get more confidence and should be playing better. Also Fisher will be getting older.

  • PhilsArmy2k9

    omg omg! omg!

    I had orgasm listening to this!

  • PhilsArmy2K9

    delete this faker above me.

  • LakerPoetBR

    what up D-bricks and G-Small, LakerPoet
    reppin here in south america, two great
    interviews, it is amazing how you guys
    keep bringin the best laker talk around.

    I really liked the mvp debate, Kobe is
    keeping it, he plays in a much harder conference,
    and he has that assassin’s eye, he can play
    mamba-ball, so its his year again.

    What amazing interaction the podcast
    creates, I’m amazed by how much talk
    our thoughts on Shannon Brown over
    Farmar generated!

    votn to the fullest!

  • dawg

    hahahaha PhilsArmy2k9 what a faggot

  • jason

    I actually think our biggest threat in the west is Utah or New Orleans rather then the spurs…that being said our only real threat is the celtics.

  • jason

    I think its unfair to say that us winning since Bynum’s injury is all due to Kobe…its unfair to Pau Gasol, who has been phenomenal, and Lamar Odom who got hot for a while there..Kobe has been the man no doubt, but Gasol and Odom have contributed plenty. As much as I think Kobe deserves it, Lebron is gonna win it, and i’ll never complain as long as the player that wins it deserves it, and Lebron definitely is worthy.

  • jason

    “Machine” videos on Lakers-Fan.com

  • Brock Tune

    gasol 10 for 10 today. 8 more and would have tied with wilt

  • cloudq

    atm = at the moment