Andy and Brian Kamenetzky on the Los Angeles Lakers, the NBA, pop culture, and anything else coming to mind. The Kamenetzky Brothers Podcast delivers great information and analysis, with a sense of humor and pop culture sensibility. The Kamenetzky Brothers currently host the pre- and postgame broadcasts for ESPNLA 710's Lakers broadcasts and cover the Lakers and the NBA for The Athletic, after covering Los Angeles sports and the Lakers for nearly a decade for the L.A. Times and ESPN in print, online, radio, and television.
So the Lakers have made it through the deadline, and have a new-look roster... how's it looking? Well, the defense has suffered. Is it all on Isaiah Thomas? Did the Lakers expect this much defensive slippage after the deal? Should it bother them? -
For all the buildup around the Lakers, when the NBA's trade deadline actually arrived, things looked awfully quiet in El Segundo... until things weren't. - The purple and gold were front and center in the day's biggest deal,
A week or so away from the trade deadline, things are getting interesting around the NBA. For the Lakers, though, the top-of-mind question isn't about who is coming and who is going, but who isn't around at all. Namely, Lonzo Ball.
Man alive, it's been a busy week. The Lakers, left for dead a couple weeks ago, have now won seven of their last nine games heading out on the road for a five-game trip. All without the previously indispensable Lonzo Ball... -
This week in Lakerland, we learned once again what we knew last week, namely that the Lakers just aren't as interesting, nor competitive, without Lonzo Ball. And it's not even close. And as Lonzo starts to put together more solid games,
So Paul George visits Staples Center Wednesday night with the Thunder... what are the odds he'll be visiting all the time next year as a member of the Lakers? His comments this week didn't end the speculation,
Why is ESPN NBA writer Kevin Arnovitz one of our favorite people? Because there aren't too many on the planet with whom you can split a 70-ish minute podcast between conversations about Lonzo Ball, his potential,
The Lakers finished their road trip with a 2-2 record and four competitive games, a strong showing by any fair standard. Of course, the last of the group -- a trip to Cleveland for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, and the rest of L.A.
It's been 40 years since Saturday Night Fever hit theaters, and while many remember it for the music and, um, "period" fashion, it's easy to forget a) how good a movie it is, and b) how influential it was. - To honor the anniversary,
It's podcast day! - We kick things off talking, as any Lakers analyst must do (by law), Lonzo Ball. So the shooting thing... does it get better? And what happens if it doesn't? The natives are getting restless,