Pete & Darius discuss the timing of the Lakers’ longest win streak in 4 years, what that means for the team, and answer questions from fans on Twitter. Make sure to use the #LFRPodcast to have your question answered on-air.


Pete & Darius discuss how the 1996 Laker offseason is more relevant than ever and float an interesting name the Lakers could pursue that you probably haven’t considered.


Pete & Darius discuss how Lonzo Ball or Markelle Fultz would fit into the Lakers roster, the many possibilities for the pick, and take questions from LFR fans.


 

Pete & Darius discuss the DeMarcus Cousins trade, the Lakers’ rejected offer, and possible trades to look for before the deadline.


Pete gets passionate about D’Angelo Russell’s performance during halftime of the Lakers – Suns game. Come correct, y’all.

 


Pete & Darius discuss Luke’s lineup change, Magic’s recent comments about his role in the front office, and news on Larry Sanders with the Lakers.


 

Pete & Darius take questions from fans on Twitter.


 

 

Pete & Darius discuss the implications of the Magic Johnson hiring and the future of the Lakers’ Front Office, the looming trade deadline, and what types of players the Lakers need to acquire to take the next step.


In this episode of the Laker Film Room Podcast, Pete & Darius discuss the ramifications of losing their 1st Round pick this year, and how they can approach the rest of the season in a productive way. 


Pete & Darius discuss a horrific week for the Lakers, the red flags that they see among the young core, and the potential of Ivica Zubac.


Pete and Darius talk about the Lakers’ improving young core and are joined by their first guest to talk about what it’s like to be a Video Coordinator in the NBA.


Pete & Darius discuss what the Lakers need to do differently after a disastrous December.


Pete & Darius discuss Luke Walton’s unusual rotations and how they can improve.


Pete & Darius discuss the good & bad in Julius Randle’s game, and what the new Collective Bargaining Agreement might mean for the Lakers going forward.


Pete & Darius launch the Laker Film Room Podcast w/a discussion on the offensive player that Brandon Ingram is now, who he will be in the future, how he can get there, and how the roster fits together.