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Andy and Brian Kamenetzky bring you a daily look into the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA. The Kamenetzky Brothers have covered the Lakers since 2005 for a variety of media outlets including the LA Times, ESPN and The Athletic, with a unique style combining traditional journalism, informal commentary and offbeat humor. They'll break down all the latest news surrounding L.A.'s premiere franchise on the "Locked On Lakers" podcast, a part of the "Locked On Podcast Network". #nba #lakers
 
The Norris Group Real Estate Radio Show is hosted by author, California real estate trainer, investor, and hard money lender, Bruce Norris. Our show focuses on California real estate trends and the current market correction, how to survive, and how to profit as an investor, builder, Realtor, and mortgage professional. We're equipping California real estate professionals for tomorrow's challenges. Bruce Norris interviews the real estate leaders, both local and national, that change and influe ...
 
Natural Strength Night is an informative, humorous, sometimes a little raucous, good-time of myth busting and honest training information from the trenches. We strive to help everyone involved with old school strength training (without steroids) to not make some common training mistakes. Along with great information, you'll hear a fair share of steroid bashing, flamingo sightings, breaking goons, iron game history, and honest drug-free training information from various leaders and strength c ...
 
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New center DeAndre Jordan has been a polarizing acquisition among Lakers fans and media. To some, he's seen as a continuation of what worked during the 2020 championship season, where the Lakers overwhelmed opponents with size, rebounding and paint points, playing two traditional centers alongside Anthony Davis. To others, he's a washed retread "na…
 
After noting an absolutely crazy Laker/NBA anniversary reinforcing just how compressed the last two seasons have been... it's time to open up the mailbag!! (Reach out to the show on Twitter: @kambrothers, email: kamenetzkybrothers@gmail.com, or the iTunes show page.) The first question comes from @thenathanmark, asking whether it would be a bigger …
 
"Anthony Davis at center" has been perhaps the biggest talking point for the Lakers over the last two seasons. Despite the way AD thrives in the middle, and the way the team follows suit with him at 5, he has famously preferred to spend the majority of his minutes at power forward. However, there have been signs an increased willingness to put his …
 
Last Friday, the Clippers officially broke ground on their future arena (the Intuit Dome), set to debut in Inglewood during the 2024-2025 NBA season. As to be expected, their insanely rich, insanely hyper, and occasionally insanely "I said too much" owner Steve Ballmer was at the center of the action. As such, the ceremony was predictably huge on s…
 
Paul serves as an advocate for REALTORS® and their clients on local issues, helping to preserve and protect property rights and the value of homeownership. Working with colleagues at the California Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®, Paul helps members make a difference for their clients at the local, state and feder…
 
This show has spent a lot of time breaking down the 2021-22 Lakers down to the fine details. It's what goes on around here! But sometimes it's helpful to step back and see how the rest of the world sees the team. And with that, Locked On Lakers welcomes Adam Mares, host of the Locked on Nuggets and Locked On NBA podcasts to give his thoughts on L.A…
 
Wednesday's podcast with Doug Norrie from Locked On Nets offered a lot of clarity regarding new Lakers center DeAndre Jordan, and what he still brings to the table, even while no longer in peak form. He's an imperfect player, and those flaws ultimately made him untenable for the style of the Brooklyn Nets, his former team. But for the Lakers' style…
 
It's felt like a long time coming, then last Friday became official. The Lakers have finally parted ways with Marc Gasol. He, along with a 2024 second round pick and cash, were sent to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for the rights to Wang Zhelin, who's not expected to join the team anytime soon (or ever). A homecoming on paper only for Gasol, he…
 
Paul serves as an advocate for REALTORS® and their clients on local issues, helping to preserve and protect property rights and the value of homeownership. Working with colleagues at the California Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®, Paul helps members make a difference for their clients at the local, state and feder…
 
At long last (or more specifically, 48 hours, the time it took to clear waivers), DeAndre Jordan officially signed his contract with the Lakers on Thursday, and did an introductory press conference. The most interesting aspects to the Kamenetzky Brothers weren't as much about the details he offered (although he did seem excited to compete and amiab…
 
Kyle Kuzma was the last remnant from the Lakers' "kids" era. But alas, all good things must come to end, as it did when he got dealt in a package to the Wizards for Russell Westbrook. And for someone who clearly enjoyed being in L.A. and being a Laker, that was probably a bit of a bummer. But in a recent appearance on Gilbert Arenas' "The No Chill …
 
An argument could be made that Kent Bazemore was the most important offseason acquisition not named "Russell" or "Westbrook" for the Lakers. If nothing else, Bazemore feels like he has the highest chance of becoming the team's best two-way role player, and given how the Lakers seemingly sacrificed a lot of defense to help jumpstart the often sluggi…
 
Another day, another high profile free agent of a certain age signing a minimum deal by the Lakers. This time it's DeAndre Jordan, recently traded this offseason by the Nets to the Pistons, who in turn waived the veteran center. it didn't take long before reports started linking Jordan to the Lakers. But while Jordan is a former All-Star and a nota…
 
With rosters more or less set - though the Brooklyn Nets seem to keep finding dudes to add, somehow - and training camp still a few weeks away, it's a good time to look at where teams stand. This week, ESPN looked at some potential shortcomings for contenders that are perhaps flying under the radar. For the Lakers, it was whether Anthony Davis will…
 
As Chief Investment Strategist for Alhambra Investment Partners, Jeff directs the day-to-day investment processes and spearheads the investment research efforts while providing close contact to Alhambra’s client base. Jeff joined Atlantic Capital Management, Inc., in Buffalo, NY, as an intern while completing studies at Canisius College. After grad…
 
The Lakers re-introduced Rajon Rondo to the local media on Tuesday, and his comments about playing time (which he seems to acknowledge could be spotty at times), the hyper-veteranness of the team (which he believes won't be a problem) and his role as an important, needed voice in the locker room together revealed a great deal about how this team co…
 
The Lakers took a massive swing this offseason, reconstructing what was already considered a championship roster around a trade for Russell Westbrook, adding to LeBron James and Anthony Davis and giving the Lakers a genuine Big Three. As has been discussed, the move comes with great potential benefits, but also plenty of potential problems. Nobody …
 
The Lakers continue filling out their collection of former players on the 2021-22 roster, with multiple reports saying they'll sign point guard Rajon Rondo as soon as he clears waivers after being released by the Memphis Grizzlies. That he'll land with L.A. isn't a big surprise - he was a common "future buyout candidate" cited as the type of player…
 
For all the consternation about roster moves, who came and who went for the Lakers this offseason, it was widely assumed for at least the first portion of the summer that the team would bring Jared Dudley back for another season serving as the official glue of the locker room. That presumption began to crumble last week with reports the Lakers were…
 
As Chief Investment Strategist for Alhambra Investment Partners, Jeff directs the day-to-day investment processes and spearheads the investment research efforts while providing close contact to Alhambra’s client base. Jeff joined Atlantic Capital Management, Inc., in Buffalo, NY, as an intern while completing studies at Canisius College. After grad…
 
Vegas doesn't know everything, but they're a pretty good barometer of the landscape at any given time, and the folks at Betonline have numbers out on the 2021-22 season. Not surprisingly, the Lakers and Brooklyn Nets are prohibitive favorites to win the title. Like, way out ahead of the rest of the pack. Maybe the over/under on wins might feel a li…
 
The Lakers made a big investment, not necessarily in money but definitely in hope, in point guard Kendrick Nunn and veteran forward Trevor Ariza. Both played in Miami last year, which means Ethan Skolnick, longtime stalwart of the NBA journalism community and a fixture around the Heat, got an up-close view of both. Or as up close as one gets during…
 
When rapper and native Angeleno Nipsey Hussle was murdered on March 31, 2019, his death didn't just send shock waves throughout Los Angeles and the world of music. It was taken especially hard in the NBA community. Countless players shared thoughts and condolences before and after games, or via social media. The Lakers and Clippers as organizations…
 
The NBA's schedule wizards dropped their magic on the world Friday, and all in all the Lakers did pretty well. It's not just a home-heavy opening—nothing odd there, since the Lakers always have a home-heavy early slate—but one generally featuring non-playoff opponents, and even some of the worst squads the NBA has to offer (four games in the openin…
 
Carmelo Anthony has been connected to the Lakers for nearly a decade, famously meeting with the team in 2014 to potentially join the team. Several more years passed before a deal came to fruition, but he's finally in purple and gold, albeit as a much different player than during his prime as one of the league's premiere superstars. These days, he's…
 
Douglas G. Duncan is Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae where he is responsible for forecasts and analyses of the economy and the housing and mortgage markets. Duncan also oversees strategic research regarding the potential impact of external factors on the housing industry. He leads the House Price Forecast Working Group repor…
 
Few topics generate more controversy among NBA players than their 2K rating, so it's no shock that Wednesday's release of the new NBA 2K22 numbers had a bunch of ballers up in arms. Even as high a rating as 96 (out of 100) feels like a slight if you're LeBron James. On the plus side, it also made him the #1 ranked player, just edging out fellow 96-…
 
It's that time of the year when the NBA starts leaking some games on the schedule before the official release. And because the Lakers are who they are, they'll inevitably end up among those in the mix. Thus, it's no surprise that among the three days' worth of games announced, the Lakers are included in each of them. They'll be hosting the Golden S…
 
During LeBron James' three seasons with the Lakers (and the entirety of his career, really), what to do while he sits has been mystery. The dropoff from arguably the greatest player ever and.... whoever else... would logically be pretty stark, but LeBron also can't play 48 minutes for 82 games and an entire postseason run, so something has to give.…
 
Summer League for the Lakers might be a relatively sleepy time - if anyone playing for the sort of Lakers right now ends up playing a role with the big team this season, things have likely gone off the rails in indescribably horrible fashion - but that doesn't mean there's no intrigue. LeBron James and Russell Westbrook appeared courtside together …
 
Douglas G. Duncan is Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Fannie Mae where he is responsible for forecasts and analyses of the economy and the housing and mortgage markets. Duncan also oversees strategic research regarding the potential impact of external factors on the housing industry. He leads the House Price Forecast Working Group repor…
 
Among the new faces on the Lakers next season, Malik Monk is arguably the most intriguing. It's in part because he's just 23, coming off a career-best season with the Hornets, and is playing on a veteran's minimum well below what was his perceived market value. It's also in part because most Laker fans have barely seen him play (the whole "Charlott…
 
With the Lakers' roster now more or less settled and some clarity starting to emerge, it's time to open up the Locked On Lakers mailbag, which can be utilized via twitter (@kambrothers), email (kamenetzkybrothers@gmail.com) or the iTunes show page. There were a lot of questions about the best lineup combinations for Frank Vogel at the start or end …
 
It's been a minute since the Lakers hosted a big press conference (what with the global pandemic and all), but Tuesday the NBA's glamour franchise had a big Hollywood moment, introducing Russell Westbrook to the LA media and Lakers fans at a Staples Center presser. It was a big moment, and Westbrook (and GM Rob Pelinka) had a lot of interesting stu…
 
Russell Westbrook is many things at once. A force of nature. Polarizing. Exceptionally talented. Loudly flawed. All of which makes predicting his fit alongside LeBron James, Anthony Davis and a newly overhauled supporting cast a challenging, but fascinating, puzzle for Frank Vogel to solve. At his best, Westbrook is a uniquely versatile player who …
 
Never let it be said that the Kamenetzky Brothers aren't agent of change. During Friday's show, they discussed how Frank Vogel still didn't have a contract extension, and the potential issues that could arise this coming season if he were allowed to coach as a lame duck. Hours later, the team announced that Vogel had a longer deal. The terms haven'…
 
With all the hoopla and shiny objects providing constant distractions during trade SZN and free agency SZN, it became easy to forget the Lakers still haven't worked out an extension for head coach Frank Vogel. Given that he led the team to a title two seasons ago... what's up with that? The Kamenetzkys discuss a recent article from The Athletic's B…
 
Nick Bailey oversees all support services provided by RE/MAX, LLC to its expansive network of franchisees and Affiliates, with an unwavering focus on the relationship HQ has with Broker/Owners. Guided by his expert insight into the real estate industry, Nick drives the network’s business growth, professional development and engagement, and global a…
 
Is age nothing but a number? One could reach a conclusion that the Lakers feel so, when you look at the collective age of the 2021-22 roster. Other than Kendrick Nunn and Malik Monk, none of the new faces are younger than 26. Beyond those two, Anthony Davis and a newly re-signed Talen Horton, nobody else is under 32. That's led to some consternatio…
 
ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?!?!?!? The Lakers kept the pedal to the metal in Tuesday's Day 2 of the free agency, making four more moves to continue (quickly) filling out what was once a nearly empty roster. First, it was the arrival of Carmelo Anthony, perhaps the easiest deal to predict in all of free agency. Next, a surprise with former Hornets guard…
 
We're putting the band back together! The Lakers got a little weird on Monday, as free agency started across the NBA, signing four players, all of whom have previously played for the Lakers. One of them (Dwight Howard), twice! So did Rob Pelinka have a good day? Sort of? Wayne Ellington, Kent Bazemore, Trevor Ariza and Howard make for a perfectly g…
 
Everyone's had the weekend to think things over, and the Russell Westbrook trade has only grown more interesting.. The process of moving forward, filling out the team around the new Big Three of LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Westbrook begins today as free agency opens. Where do the Lakers get the rest of their pieces? Who are the most likely cand…
 
Nick Bailey oversees all support services provided by RE/MAX, LLC to its expansive network of franchisees and Affiliates, with an unwavering focus on the relationship HQ has with Broker/Owners. Guided by his expert insight into the real estate industry, Nick drives the network’s business growth, professional development and engagement, and global a…
 
The Lakers have traded for Russell Westbrook. Yes, Russell Westbrook is now a Laker. There is A LOT to discuss. First, the Kamenetzky Brothers dig into what was arguably the craziest day around the Lakers since Chris Paul was a Laker for 45 minutes or so. The news was fast in coming, and very unexpected. What does it say about the front office that…
 
It's Draft Day! The Lakers have been rumored to be using their 22nd pick as everything from a sweetener in a larger trade package, a mechanism to move higher in the first round, a mechanism to trade into the second round... and... well... a means of selecting a player 22nd overall. Whatever decision ultimately made will be dictated in part by whoev…
 
Another day, another trade rumor involving the Lakers and Kyle Kuzma. This time, he was reportedly offered, along with the 22nd pick, to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for T.J. Warren and the 13th pick. If that sounds lopsided in favor of the Lakers, that's only because it is. Like, a lot. But what's even more curious is the Lakers' reported attemp…
 
With free agency approaching, and the Lakers negotiating several salary cap obstacles while trying to make roster upgrades, there's nobody better to break down the "how" of it all than NBA salary cap expert Eric Pincus (Bleacher Report, Basketball Insiders, Sports Business Classroom). The conversation begins with Pincus explaining exactly what the …
 
With Draft week approaching, the NBA Rumor Mill certainly wasn't going to take the weekend off. So after Friday brought news of Russell Westbrook and DeMar DeRozan, it's no surprise, then, to see the Lakers connected to two more intriguing names: Sacramento sharpshooter Buddy Hield, and Utah's smooth shooting, savvy Aussie Joe Ingles. Would either …
 
Covering both the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino. As part of United Way and 211, she is committed to fighting for the education, financial stability and housing of every person in the Inland Southern California. She serves as a Board Member with the United Ways of California, member of the Greater Riverside Chamber Government Affairs Comm…
 
As it turns out, Chris Paul isn't the only future Hall of Fame point guard at the tail end of his career that's now linked to the Lakers. Marc Spears of ESPN/The Undefeated has reported discussions between the Lakers and Wizards about a blockbuster that would send Russell Westbrook to L.A. in a complicated scenario involving signed-and-traded(s) De…
 
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