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Anthony finds a link between audiences not really feeling commercialized sports "documentaries" and what's going on at USC. Then, he and Aaron break down episode six of "Ahsoka." more
The guys explain why the Lakers will not be in on Buddy Hield now that he has finally been made more available for trade. more
Anthony and Aaron react to the latest in the Damian Lillard saga and respond to the ridiculous notion that the Blazers "owe" it to Lillard to send him to Miami no matter the return. more
Hey Anthony, more
Love the pod, keep up the great work. Question for you, have you heard any whispers of the lakers making a trade before the season starts to fill the backup big/ possible starting center position? Trudell mentioned on a recent pod that it’s unlikely we can fill this role with the remaining min spot. Any ideas for trade targets, and who is even trade eligible on our roster given we resigned almost everyone this summer? Thanks!
Anthony is tremendous and love his infectious laugh! I’m thankful for the great Lakers information and perspectives all throughout the year. Thanks so much!
The Lizzo of Lakers twitter. more
First off, I love the show and when the Vox layoffs happened, I kept telling my wife about your potential comeback updates because I was so excited for you to come back. Now for my question: what is one of your worst/ignorant takes that you can remember? For me it was when the Lakers got Nash and Dwight, and I thought we were gonna be dominant. Now I look back and see that we added old/injured stars with a coach that runs a system counterproductive to our best player’s strengths.
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