Los Angeles Lakers: Live chat

Chat transcript!

May, 30, 2012
5/30/12
10:12
AM PT
By the Kamenetzky Brothers
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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With Mitch Kupchak having made clear change is on the horizon if humanly possible, there was a lot of chat chatter about possible trade scenarios. Predictably, there were sensible proposals put before us, plus a fair share of nonsense incredibly lopsided in the Lakers' favor.

For a look at the good and the bad, here's the link to the room.

Chat transcript!

May, 2, 2012
5/02/12
9:40
AM PT
By The Kamenetzky brothers
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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The Lakers may be up 2-0 over Denver in the playoffs, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of issues rattling around in the head of the average Laker fan.

What becomes of Devin Ebanks once Metta World Peace returns from suspension? What can the Lakers do to prevent the Nuggets from replicating Game 2's track meet pace? And do LeBron James and Dwayne Wade owe Kobe a royalty check on every chase-down block?

The transcript is here.

Chat transcript

April, 25, 2012
4/25/12
7:46
AM PT
By the Kamenetzky Brothers
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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It was a lively morning on the chat in the wake of Metta World Peace's suspension. Plenty of conversation about the implications going forward, and they are significant. Plus questions about resting starters for Thursday's game, whether Kobe Bryant ought to go for the scoring title, and more.

Here's the link to the transcript.

Chat transcript!

February, 8, 2012
2/08/12
8:34
AM PT
By the Kamenetzky Brothers
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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It was a lively day in the chat-o-sphere, as one would expect with an erratic road trip halfway in the books.

Among the talking points were potential trade targets (Rondo, Sessions, Howard, etc.), the role of Andrew Goudelock upon Steve Blake's return and Mike Brown's rotations. Plus, fare thee well, Derrick Caracter.

For those who couldn't attend, here's a link to the transcript.
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Lakers Late Night Replay vs. Minnesota

January, 29, 2012
1/29/12
7:19
PM PT
By the Kamenetzky Brothers
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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It wasn't easy, but the Lakers officially have their second road win of the season.

We break it down in tonight's edition of Lakers Late Night, hitting the following highlights:

  • A bounce back game offensively for Pau Gasol, who finished with 28 points on 11-of-15 from the floor, pairing nicely with another highly productive game from Kobe Bryant (35 points, 14 rebounds). Add in another 21 from Andrew Bynum, and the Lakers got the sort of production they need from their Big Three, because behind them the output is spotty at best.
  • L.A.'s problem's attacking Minnesota's zone offense, which fueled a big comeback for the Timberwolves.
  • The total inability to secure the defensive glass.
  • The "Gilbert Question."

All of that, plus the return of an old friend.



Wednesday chat transcript

January, 11, 2012
1/11/12
10:13
AM PT
By the Kamenetzky Brothers
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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In the wake of Kobe's 48 point outburst Tuesday night, we chatted. About Bryant, about point guards, about Dwight Howard. About life, people.

About. Life.

Here's the link to the transcript, if you missed the fun.

Dime Live: Lakers vs. Suns

January, 10, 2012
1/10/12
7:15
PM PT

Lakers Live! vs. Grizzlies

January, 8, 2012
1/08/12
3:57
PM PT

Lakers Live! vs. Nuggets

December, 31, 2011
12/31/11
12:16
PM PT
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Lakers Live! Lakers vs. Denver

October, 16, 2010
10/16/10
6:09
PM PT
By ESPNLA.com
ESPNLosAngeles.com


Lakers Live! Join the Kamenetzky Brothers and Dave McMenamin courtside from Staples as they break down all the action when Kobe and the Lakers face Carmelo Anthony and the Nuggets.

Today's chat transcript

January, 20, 2010
1/20/10
2:40
PM PT
Kamenetzky By Andy Kamenetzky
ESPNLosAngeles.com
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