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Talking NFL, discussing the NFC and AFC Championship games. Going to give you my breakdown and picks. Also, we going to Los Angeles talking about the Lakers. Why after a great career, Kobe Bryant needs to leave that 25 million on the table and take his exit after this season. It has nothing to do with his loss of abilities. Come Join me @ 6:30pm as I go the only way I know: Strong!
Host Corey Hansford is here to discuss everything Lakers after their first week of the season and you can call in to have your voice heard at (914) 205-5612 to ask any questions or just rant about your frustrations. The first week of the Lakers' season is in the books and it was a rough one as the team lost all four games against teams who won at least 48 games last season. The competition was defficult to be sure, but there were some positives to be had. Kobe still looks like a top player in the league. Jordan Hill and Ed Davis have both been excellent up front. On the other end, the defense still has a long ways to go, Jeremy Lin is struggling, and the Julius Randle injury was heartbreaking. Despite everything, the season is long and a lot of things can happen and we here at Bleed Purple & Gold Radio will be going through everything with you right up to tipoff of tonight's game vs. Phoenix.
The Los Angeles Lakers are off to their worst start in franchise history starting the 2014-15 season at 1-9. Kobe Bryant, who returned this season from injuries that kept him out for the majority of last season, has performed mightily but is in a situation nowhere close to warranting any success in these final years of his career.
Martin offers a fresh perspective and new theory on what Kobe might consider should he hit the wall and say enough is enough. Journalists and media (and Tyler, who said back in August that the Lakers ought to send Kobe over to the New York Knicks) like to speculate the trade possibilities involving Bryant, but the loyalty between the Lakers and Kobe is paramount. At this rate, it is perfectly clear that his NBA career will end in a Laker uniform.
But what if Kobe didn't end his career in the NBA? Take a listen to Martin's theory. Tweet us @BBallsociety_ or Martin @marley_mcfly on Twitter and gives us your thoughts.
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Today on "Frosted Pop" host David Jeffrey Frost looks at the drone landing on the White House lawn, the big snowstorm, Sam Smith and Tom Petty and Kobe Bryant. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Isagenix Indenpendent Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
Tonight we go over a couple of the more interesting stories in the NBA, starting with Derrick Rose's health and Kobe Bryant's level of play over the first few weeks of the season. In coollege basketball, numerous interesting games took place today, with the Champions Classic featuring Duke-Michigan State and Kentucky-Kansas.
We'll recap those two games, talk a little about each of those four teams and run through some of the other top-25 games in college basketball. Can Wichita State win another 35-plus games this season?
Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers are used to contending for championships, but through five games the team is tied with the Philadelphia 76ers (0-6) for the fewest wins in the league -- zero.
Bryant’s disdain for losing and the struggles of the Lakers prompted an interesting question: Would the Lakers and Knicks benefit from a trade involving Bryant?
New York has Phil Jackson, the Triangle offense and cap space to absorb Bryant’s contract and the Lakers aren’t going to contend this season with or without the team’s longtime superstar.
Conversely, the Houston Rockets were undefeated until Saturday night after some experts believed the team would take a step back with the loss of Chandler Parsons and free agency addition of Trevor Ariza.
In the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers have gotten off to a slow start (2-3) and not dominated out of the gate as many predicted.
With that in mind, Michael Scotto of SheridanHoops joined Yahoo! Sports Radio to discuss the struggles of the Lakers and Cavaliers, the rumors surrounding Bryant and how James Harden and Dwight Howard have carried the Rockets.
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