Locked on Lakers

Anthony (Lakers Outsiders) and Harrison (Lakers Nation), bring you a daily look into the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA. They dig deep into all the latest around LA's premiere franchise in "Locked on Lakers", a part of the "Locked on Podcast Network". #nba #lakers




      How high should Kawhi Leonard rank on L.A.'s list of offseason priorities?

      Harrison is joined by Pete Zayas of Laker Film Room to talk about the latest Kawhi Leonard rumors, the biggest things Pete learned about Lonzo Ball during his rookie season, which free agents the team should re-sign, and if this young core is good enough to get L.A. back to contention without adding another superstar.



      Ranking Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart

      Which young Laker will play the most promising part in the team's future? Harrison was joined by not-intern Jared Eprem to argue about the Lakers' young players and explain Fortnite.



      Which free agents should the Lakers keep?

      With Julius Randle, Brook Lopez, Isaiah Thomas and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope potentially outbound, in what order should the Lakers prioritize keeping them? Harrison was joined by Trevor Lane of Lakers Nation to break down Randle in depth on the second part of their crossover, and then debate who the team should keep.



      Will the Lakers re-sign Julius Randle or Brook Lopez? Will Lonzo Ball change his shot?

      We watched the Lakers exit interviews so you didn't have to. Brook Lopez and Julius Randle talked about re-signing, while Lonzo Ball said he wouldn't change his shot. Harrison and Anthony gave their thoughts on all that and more.



      Lakers finish regular season on a high note

      Anthony and Harrison celebrate the end of (hopefully) the last Lakers season that ends at the end of the regular season. They grade Lonzo, Ingram, Randle, Kuzma and everyone's seasons. This was fun. 

      To the offseason we go! 



      Andre Ingram should be a Disney film

      Anthony and Harrison spend the first couple segments thinking about how special Andre Ingram's big night was. Such a cool experience. 

      Then, Anthony wonders if Mike D'Antoni may have risked a little too much in trying to throw the Lakers another middle finger. 



      Is it fair to compare Sixers' and Lakers' rebuilds?

      The Lakers signed a friend of the show, so the guys start this episode talking about what Andre Ingram brings to the table. Then, Anthony tries his hand at a hot take. 

      Finally, seeing as the Sixers comfortably in the playoffs, the guys debate whether it's fair to compare the two rebuilds. 



      Are there any reasons to watch the Lakers' last two games?

      With Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Kyle Kuzma seemingly set to miss the rest of the year, Harrison and guest/not-intern Jared came up with a few reasons to watch the rest of year, but it wasn't easy. Plus, why they liked Josh Hart's game against the Jazz.



      How might Brandon Ingram fit with superstar free agents?

      Luke Walton said Brandon Ingram was borderline all-star-caliber this season. Anthony and Harrison discuss just how close he is, where he might be heading, and how it all fits into the equation the Lakers are trying to put together.



      Lakers sweep Spurs for first time in 20 years

      Just as Anthony and Harrison thought, the Lakers beat the Spurs on the second night of a back to back without Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram. Wait, what? 

      They discuss the game, late-90s music and what this means moving forward.