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.
You've seen him on stage doing standup and in all sorts of Happy Madison productions. Now, hear him on our show! He's Nick Swardson, who stars in the new Adam Sandler movie "The Do Over," premiering May 27th on Netflix.
Comedian Nick Swardson (Reno 911, Grandma's Boy, The Ridiculous 6) joins the show, talking the excessive politeness of Minnesota sports fans, his beginnings in comedy, and how he developed a relationship with Adam Sandler and Happy Madison.
The Lakers land the 2nd pick in this year's NBA Draft, as the Gods of Lottery Luck smile on them for a second straight year. What now? Brandon Ingram? Ben Simmons? A trade? Plus, we look at the big NBA headlines, give Mitch Kupchak a statue,
2nd pick, baby! The Lakers won the silver medal in the (Rigged??? Rigged!!!) NBA Draft Lottery, so they'll keep their pick in this June's festivities. If the Sixers select Ben Simmons, the Lakers will select Brandon Ingram. If the Sixers take Ingram,
On May 21st -- that's Saturday for those keeping score at home -- HBO will premiere "All The Way," which tells the story of Lyndon Johnson (Bryan Cranston) starting just after the assassination of John F. Kennedy and ending after the presidential elect...
Learn the fascinating origin stories and original rules for all your favorite sports with Gary Belsky, co-author of "On the Origins of Sports." Where did baseball come from? Basketball? Kickball and Ultimate? All of it. Why do we play the sports we do,
So how exactly did our favorite sports come to be? That's the subject of a great new book -- order it on Amazon, here -- from Gary Belsky and Neil Fine, the former Editor-in-Chief and Editor-at-Large at ESPN The Magazine (and, it should be noted,
The Lakers let Byron Scott walk, and quickly signed Luke Walton to a multi-year deal. Good move? What does it mean going forward? Plus, we honor Byron with a statue, dive into the LaMarcus Aldridge audio vault, and break down a magic week in Magic tweets.
The king is dead, long live the king. Barely a week ago, the Lakers let Byron Scott go. Technically, they chose not to pick up his option, as opposed to firing him. Technically. But before we could get around to talking about it, BAM!