Kirk Morrison calls in and joins Sliwa to talk some football. KD is picking the Clippers to win it all. Plus, broadcast legend Stu Lantz join the show to talk Lakers basketball so far in the bubble.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/25L 108-91
- 1/31L 127-119
- 2/1W 129-113
- 2/4W 129-102
- 2/6L 121-111
- 2/8W 125-120
- 2/10W 125-100
- 2/12W 120-116
- 2/21W 117-105
- 2/23W 114-112
- 2/25W 118-109
- 2/27W 116-86
- 2/29L 105-88
- 3/1W 122-114
- 3/3W 120-107
- 3/6W 113-103
- 3/8W 112-103
- 3/10L 104-102
- 7/30W 103-101
- 8/1L 107-92
- 8/3W 116-108
- 8/5L 105-86
- 8/6L 113-97
- 8/8h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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The Trailblazers are on fire in the bubble, but Allen still isn't worried. Sliwa asks the listeners if the Lakers recent losing streak should concern Lakers fans. Plus, Jackie Macmullen points out how much the Lakers will miss having Avery Bradley.
Should there be panic with the Lakers? Filmmaker Gotham Chopra stops by to talk Tom Brady & Kobe Bryant
John is holding steady and saying there is nothing to worry about with the Lakers while Steve & some Lakers fans are panicking. Also, the Dodgers are looking to continue their winning ways with 20 percent of the season already in the books. Plus, filmmaker Gotham Chopra stops by to discuss his latest project with Tom Brady & getting to work with the late Kobe Bryant.
Steve & John discuss another Lakers' loss and whether or not there should be some panic in regards to the struggling offense. Also, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts joins the guys to discuss how the team's defense has been its saving grace this season.
Peter Burns in for Jason Fitz. Are the Portland Trailblazers legit threats to the LA Lakers? Plus, the SEC Network's Chris Doering on college players opting out, and ESPN NFL Insider Jeff Darlington on why the Bucs are the most fascinating story leading into this NFL season.
Domonique Foxworth, Matt Barnes, and Richard Jefferson debate how big of a deal LeBron's groin injury is. Paul Finebaum joins to talk about Jim Harbaugh calling out Ohio State, Will the Patriots overcome all the opt-outs and more.
Domonique Foxworth, Matt Barnes, and Richard Jefferson debate how big of a threat the Blazers are to the Lakers. Damien Woody joins to talk about Tom Brady adjusting to the Buccaneers' playbook, More NBA debate; are the Bucks better than the Raptors, and more.
Without LeBron James, the Lakers drop their third game inside the bubble to the Houston Rockets, 113-97. James Harden scores 39 and the Rockets netted 21 three-pointers to only 2 for the Lakers. Are the shooting woes something to be concerned about? Allen Sliwa breaks it all down.
James Harden had 39 points and 12 assists to lead the Houston Rockets to a 113-97 victory on Thursday night over the Los Angeles Lakers, who were playing without LeBron James.
Steve & John go back and forth on whether or not we should be worried about the Lakers recent shooting woes in the Orlando Bubble. Allen Sliwa and Mychal Thompson jump on for a little crosstalk before the Lakers take on the Rockets.
Steve & John react to the Lakers falling to the Thunder after the team couldn't find it's shot. Joe Vardon of The Athletic joins the guys to discuss if we should be worried about the purple & gold. Also, the Dodgers win in stunning walk off fashion against the Padres.
LeBron James sat out the Lakers' 113-97 loss Thursday to the Rockets for what Los Angeles called a sore right groin.
Rachel Nichols, Amin Elhassan and Brian Windhorst react to the latest from the NBA restart in Orlando.
The panel reacts to the playoff implications of Ben Simmons injury and how it affects Joel Embiid. Plus, Pop comparesJokic to Larry Bird, KD likes the Clippers as title favorites and live looks at Zion and the Pelicans vs the Kings in the fight for the 8th seed.
The Lakers have struggled to start the start the bubble, is it time to worry about them? Plus, ESPN Golf Analyst Michael Collins joins the show from San Francisco to give us an update on the PGA Championship.
First Take hour 2: LeBron responds to Trump, Packers interested in AB and KD picks the Clippers in the finals.
Domonique Foxworth, Kendrick Perkins and Ryan Clark debate LeBron responding to Trump's comments, the Packers interest in Antonio Brown and Kevin Durant's pick for the finals.
Allen Sliwa starts the second half of Lakers Talk focusing on Anthony Davis and his energy spurts and what is needed from him to win it all. Trevor Lane of Lakers Nation calls in to talk about the who's hot, the missing energy of Avery Bradley, and more. Allen closes looking at the teams fighting for the remaining playoff spots.
Lakers forward LeBron James said the NBA won't miss President Donald Trump as a viewer after Trump said he turns off games when he sees players kneeling for the national anthem.
Allen Sliwa opens talking about the Lakers loss to the Thunder. Callers come in with their opinions. Brad Turner of the LA Times joins Allen and expresses his concerns of the Laker team in addition to the play of the role players.
The shooting woes continue for the Lakers, drop their second game in the bubble with a 105-86 loss to the Thunder
Lakers drop their second game inside the bubble to the Oklahoma City Thunder, 105-86. With the number 1 seed locked up, this game doesn't mean much for the standings, but poor shooting continues to be an issue for the team. Allen Sliwa breaks down the loss for the purple and gold.
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