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Andy and Brian Kamenetzky bring you a daily look into the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA. The Kamenetzky Brothers have covered the Lakers since 2005 for a variety of media outlets including the LA Times, ESPN and The Athletic, with a unique style combining traditional journalism, informal commentary and offbeat humor. They'll break down all the latest news surrounding L.A.'s premiere franchise on the "Locked On Lakers" podcast, a part of the "Locked On Podcast Network". #nba #lakers
 
LSU Manship School Professor Bob Mann and Advocate Editorial Writer Lanny Keller exchange rankings of the ten Louisiana governors in their lifetime…from Earl Long to John Bel Edwards. Mann worked for Gov. Kathleen Blanco and Keller was on the team of Gov. David Treen. Keller and Mann also talk about the testimony of Special Counsel Bob Mueller before two U.S. House committees and the discussion about LSU’s new multimillion dollar football operations building. Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chi ...
 
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Will Lou and Alex Wong recap Toronto’s up-and-down weekend which included the Dwane Casey curse still being a thing in 2022, the short-handed Raptors earning a much-deserved victory in Milwaukee, and Gary Trent Jr.’s signature cardigan (02:38). Later, Sidra Alam joins the show to talk about her Peel Region N95 Mask Fundraiser before Will and Alex c…
 
- Djokovic Deported - Draymond Green cooks the books - Hoodie hate in Buffalo as the Bills circle the wagons, and the tables - NBA Year-End awards Vegas odds review - Lakers still favored somehow as Coach and GM Lebron James tries to replace Russ with Gary Trent Jr. - Raptors vs MotorCade - Leafs vs. Blues…
 
With the taste of Wednesday's hideous loss to the Kings still too fresh in the collective mouth of Lakers Nation, it's no surprise that Thursday's news was centered a lot around potential trades. Reports that the Lakers are interested in Toronto Raptors swingman Gary Trent Jr., who at only 23 has come into his own as a shooter and would certainly g…
 
Will Lou recaps the Raptors 104-99 loss to the Miami Heat and chats about the team's competitiveness against the best teams in the NBA without Gary Trent Jr. and Khem Birch, Caleb Martin's foul on Scottie Barnes, and Miami's deep lineup compared to Toronto. Plus, Will touches on the individual performances from Pascal Siakam becoming the number one…
 
If Wednesday's loss to Sacramento was the worst of the season for the Lakers, and it certainly might have been, then Saturday's 133-96 blowout at the hands of the Denver Nuggets might have been the most disheartening. After a decent enough first quarter, the Lakers were throttled on both sides of the ball for the rest of the game, bleeding points d…
 
Will Lou and Asad Alvi break down the Raptors 103-96 victory over the defending NBA champions Bucks in Milwaukee for another edition of the Slander Pod. The guys touch on Toronto's first meeting and defence against Giannis Antetokounmpo, Pascal Siakam's playmaking leading to his second triple-double in his career, OG Anunoby's offence, and Justin C…
 
Alex Wong is joined by In Vintage We Trust co-owner Josh Roter (1:57) to chat about the rise of the vintage Raptors jersey market since the 2019 championship run, why he wants the team to bring back the Huskies name, and more. Later, long-time Raptors jersey collector Kai (27:40) drops by to share a few secrets on tracking down game-worn jerseys, w…
 
Will Lou recaps the Raptors 103-87 loss to the Pistons in Detroit and touches on the lack of effort and focus from Toronto, another underwhelming performance from the bench, and the team's all-time record against Dwane Casey's Pistons. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect …
 
Before Will Lou answers your Twitter and Instagram questions, he is joined by producer Dylan Brown for a riveting 10 minutes of small talk (00:47). Later, Will and Alex Wong examine potential trade targets for the Raptors and debate whether Toronto should explore a deal for Myles Turner (18:58). To wrap up, the two try to figure out why the Raptors…
 
Toronto Raptors rookie Justin Champagnie talks to Will Lou about getting cut from his sixth grade basketball team, the pre-draft process, why he wanted to join the Raptors, his bond with the rookies on the team, the secrets to his offensive rebounding, why his voicemail inbox is full right now, his personal goals this season, and much more! The vie…
 
Will Lou sits down with rookie Justin Champagnie to chat about his journey to the NBA, draft night memories, his offensive rebounding, his near game-winner against the OKC Thunder, and much more (01:52). Later, Alex Wong interviews Will Lou about his in-person experience at an empty Scotiabank Arena on Tuesday (29:10). The views and opinions expres…
 
Good lord, that was awful. Like, arguably the worst loss of the season for the Lakers, who have lost twice to the Thunder! By 28 to the Spurs! In three overtimes to these Kings! And so on, and so on, and so on. But given where they are in the standings and in the season, with a difficult schedule ahead, these are games the Lakers simply must win. A…
 
Will Lou is joined Raptors 905 sideline report and host of “Raptors Today” Savanna Hamilton to recap the end of Toronto’s six-game win streak and chat about Devin Booker’s late-game complaint with the Raptors' mascot (00:10). Later, Vivek Jacob of Raptors.com joins the show to chat with Will about Chris Boucher’s recent transformation as a role pla…
 
Michael Adams and Dadrius Lanus break down the cause of 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge and how it helps young people within the community. Gary Chambers talks running for Senate against incumbent John N. Kennedy. Caroline Williams weighs in on movement being a mood booster and her book, "Move! The New Science of Body over Mind."…
 
The first day of the second half of the season starts Wednesday for the Lakers, who kick off their final 41 games in Sacramento against the Kings. To say the least, the first half of the year hasn't gone as anyone in or around the organization would have hoped, but that doesn't mean bad things have to happen going forward, right? It's time to make …
 
Will Lou recaps the Raptors' 99-95 loss to the Phoenix Suns, ending their 6-game win streak, and touched on the starting lineup changes with Gary Trent Jr. and Scottie Barnes sidelined, the Suns' defence on Fred VanVleet, OG Anunoby's struggles to create some offence in this game, and how Toronto was able to contain Devin Booker's ability to score.…
 
Will Lou is joined by the FAN Morning Show’s Blake Murphy to examine a few trends about the Raptors during their current win streak including the team’s offensive rating (2nd in the league) in this period, Fred’s three-point shooting (5.8 threes on 44 percent), and Pascal’s play-making (6.2 assists) (2:20). Later, the two discuss the best five-man …
 
1. Kyle who? Van Vleet has taken over the controls - and peak Pascal has returned as a result. Raptors host the Suns eyeing a top 4 seed in East. 2. Leafs ready to roll in Vegas vs. the Knights 3. Ripped hoodie won't be enough for Buffalo in January, neither will Mac Jones. Also - Don't Look UpBy Northern Edge Sports Network
 
41 games down, 41 to go. No, that's not meant as a threat. So with the Lakers at the halfway point, where do things stand? LeBron James spoke Sunday about having a better understanding of what this team is, and how they're going to play going forward, and the identity question is certainly an important one, even if that identity is imperfect. What …
 
Will Lou and Alex Wong brainstorm ways to make the empty arena experience more fun before discussing how defenses are adjusting to Fred VanVleet (07:05). Later, the pair chat about Nick Nurse’s group chat, a “Raptors Show” NN hat giveaway, and share some love for Chris Boucher (26:21). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of t…
 
Well, the Lakers' four-game winning streak has come to a crashing halt. Sunday's 127-119 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies wasn't nearly as close as the score might indicate, much less indicative of any balanced attack. LeBron James continued his recent streak of crushing it (35 points on 14-19 shooting, plus nine rebounds and seven assists), but every…
 
Will Lou recaps the Raptors 105-101 win over the Pelicans and breaks down Pascal Siakam's ability to fix a broken play, how teams are showing Fred VanVleet more respect on the court, and Toronto's defensive effort and approach to running their offence against Jonas Valanciunas. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts…
 
It's been a while since Lakers fans could feel genuinely good about the team, but it's possible at least things are starting to turn. That was the feeling at least following Friday's 134-118 win over the Atlanta Hawks at the Crypt. It was their fourth straight victory, and one where you could see signs of what things could look like going forward, …
 
Will Lou recaps the Raptors' 122-108 victory over the Jazz and breaks down Fred VanVleet's 24-point third quarter, securing his first triple-double, and Toronto's slow start to the game - including allowing 40 points in the first quarter. Will also discusses having positive results with Chris Boucher and Precious Achiuwa playing together, and the p…
 
Will Lou is joined by Imman Adan of Dishes & Dimes and Yahoo Sports Canada to discuss Toronto’s roster construction and the league’s long-ball revolution (00:11). Later, Will answers your Twitter questions about whether the Raptors should upgrade the roster at the trade deadline and make a playoff push, Pascal Siakam’s All-Star chances, and more (3…
 
The first release of All-Star voting is always a fun day in the NBA, especially for two guys who are not at all precious about who gets in or who might not (like say the hosts of this show). So seeing Carmelo Anthony cracking the top 10 among Western Conference forwards despite not playing at an All Star level? Whatever! If that's what the fans wan…
 
Will Lou and Alex Wong recap Toronto’s fourth straight win and discuss Pascal Siakam’s All-NBA play, Gary Trent Jr.’s shotmaking, and more. They also celebrate Alex finally acquiring an NN hat (0:19). Later, GQ staff writer Tyler Tynes joins the program to discuss his Masai Ujiri profile (30:07). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are…
 
The phenomenon that is Russell Westbrook has unquestionably dominated conversations around the Lakers all year, for good reason. He is fascinating as a player and a concept, and as a massive basketball experiment the Lakers have undertaken in a high-pressure season. And this week we learned that the Lakers have quietly broached the idea of trading …
 
Will Lou is joined by Asad Alvi for another edition of the Slander Pod as the Raptors win 117-111 over the defending champs Bucks and they discuss Khris Middleton's weakness, Toronto's defensive adjustments against Milwaukee, and how the bench unit supported the starters. Later, the guys chat about OG Anunoby's efficiency alongside Pascal Siakam an…
 
Will Lou and Sportsnet’s Amy Audibert discuss Tuesday's Raptors win over San Antonio and chat about Fred VanVleet and Pascal Siakam’s stellar play, Justin Champagnie’s career night, and the experience of broadcasting in an empty arena (04:23). Later, Vivek Jacob of Raptors.com joins the show to discuss Scottie Barnes becoming the “new Marc Gasol,” …
 
Style points, and the demand for them, have been outlawed on the Locked On Lakers podcast. Which is good, because Tuesday's win over Sacramento wasn't long on them. The Lakers didn't shoot the ball particularly well, and they didn't defend particularly well, either. But they didn't give the ball away to a subpar Sacramento team - only five turnover…
 
Will Lou breaks down the Raptors 129-104 victory over the Spurs for their third straight win, and touches on the success of the all-forward group on the court, Fred VanVleet scoring another 30+ point game, his ability to take care of the ball, the team's full potential when the roster is healthy, how Scottie Barnes compares to Marc Gasol, and Toron…
 
Will Lou is joined by TheScore’s Joe Wolfond to discuss DeMar DeRozan’s season in Chicago so far and to make the case for Fred VanVleet to make the All-Star team (1:25). Later, Will is joined by Alex Wong and The No Dunks Podcast’s Trey Kerby to talk about the Bulls and their 2013-14 Raptors vibes (32:21). The views and opinions expressed in this p…
 
The Lakers aren't just on a two-game winning streak. (It's depressing that a pair of consecutive wins qualifies as a shift, but that's the world we currently live in.) They're also getting closer to some interesting roster decisions regarding the futures of Avery Bradley, Stanley Johnson, Darren Collison and perhaps even someone like DeAndre Jordan…
 
Will Lou and Alex Wong discuss Toronto’s 120-105 win over the New York Knicks Sunday before diving into Fred VanVleet’s All-Star chances, Nick Nurse’s rotation, and Chris Boucher’s recent contributions off the bench (01:25). Later, the two discuss Goran Dragic’s current whereabouts, Pascal Siakam’s all-around play, and take a look at the standings …
 
THE 1ST & 10 PODCAST: EPI. 44 ft. Nate Behar (WR - Ottawa Redblacks) brought to you by OXP MEDIA: Your host, Brandon Graham (@G_JB) welcomes writer, and professional wide receiver for the Ottawa Redblacks, Nate Behar (@NateBehar11) to the show. Founder and CEO of ATNMY Marketing, writer and professional football player, Behar is a man of many natur…
 
The Lakers aren't in position to go for style points these days. Wins are wins are wins, even if they're imperfect. So it was this weekend, where the Lakers played one of their best games of the season, stomping Portland on New Year's Eve, then came back on Sunday with a deeply flawed but deeply necessary win over a shorthanded Minnesota Timberwolv…
 
Will Lou breaks down the Raptors 120-105 win over the visiting Knicks to start the new year and discuss Nick Nurse's preferred starting lineup and rotation when all healthy, how the team executed without having a true point guard on the court, Fred VanVleet scoring a season-high in points, Gary Trent Jr. fouling out and Scottie Barnes' return. The …
 
Will Lou recaps the Raptors 116-108 victory over the Clippers and touched on how Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet thrived on the offensive end, Toronto taking advantage of a depleted Clippers roster, OG Anunoby's return to the starting lineup, and Serge Ibaka's return to Scotiabank Arena. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of…
 
Alex Wong chats with Serge Ibaka about whether he’s found a better Chinese restaurant than Rol San in Los Angeles, what he misses most about Toronto, why he will always have a special connection with the Raptors fanbase, his favourite championship season memories and more! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and …
 
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