The Lakers clinched the #1 seed in the West last night with a win over the Utah Jazz, so the guys reacted and predicted what could come ahead for the Purple and Gold. Then, some talk on how the Pac-12 is experiencing a "Player Uprising." And what team would you want to see in the 8th Seed vs. the Lakers in the NBA Playoffs?
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/25W 112-107
- 1/27L 126-117
- 1/29L 127-120
- 1/30L 106-100
- 2/1L 124-107
- 2/5L 98-95
- 2/7W 117-114
- 2/9W 114-113
- 2/10W 123-119
- 2/12W 116-101
- 2/21L 113-104
- 2/22L 120-110
- 2/24L 131-111
- 2/26L 114-103
- 2/28W 129-119
- 3/2W 126-113
- 3/4W 112-104
- 3/6W 99-94
- 3/7W 111-105
- 3/9L 101-92
- 7/30W 106-104
- 8/1L 110-94
- 8/3L 116-108
- 8/5h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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With a 116-108 victory over the Utah Jazz, the Lakers clinched the number 1 seed in the West for the first time in 10 years. Anthony Davis recorded a double-double and explodes for 42 points. Allen Sliwa recaps the win and brings you all the locker room sound.
Anthony Davis had 42 points and 12 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers clinched the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs by beating the Utah Jazz 116-108 on Monday night.
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