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In the latest Laker Film Room Podcast, Pete and I discuss the Lakers’ 0-4 week, their loss to the Pistons, and differentiating between what parts of the young players’ games you can dismiss because they’re young and what parts of their games are real concerns irrespective of their youth.

That last point, I think, is a worthy discussion beyond the time Pete and I spent on it. As I wrote in the game preview, I think it’s fair to be both disappointed in some of the team’s recent play while still being understanding that this team is playing the long game and looking for long term improvement and upward trajectory. This is what rebuilding looks like.

In any event, click through to listen to our talk. As always, thanks for the support.

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In this week’s episode of the Laker Film Room Podcast, Pete and I discuss the Lakers recent winning ways and improved play over the last week or so. We especially look more closely¬†young trio of D’Angelo Russell, Julius Randle, and Brandon Ingram, discussing the gains they’ve made on both ends of the floor and how they are impacting games.

In the 2nd half of the pod, Pete and I welcome former video coordinator for the Clippers and Spurs, @theJumpBallnet, and talk the life and role of an NBA video coordinator, how he watches games, and what advice he might give to someone trying to break into that field and find a career in the NBA.

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The Lakers are 2-15 in their last 17 games. They’ve fallen off defensively and, while they have recaptured some of their explosiveness on offense, they still cannot seem to put together a full 48 minutes to hold onto games in their grasp. The players are frustrated, Luke Walton is frustrated, and fans are starting to get downright despondent.

In the latest Laker Film Room Podcast, Pete and I discuss what’s been going wrong, what our expectations are moving forward, and what changes the team should be looking to make heading into the 2nd half of the season. Click through below to listen.

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Episode 3 of the Laker Film Room Podcast is ready for your consumption. In this episode, Pete and I discuss Luke Walton’s rotations, who should be playing more, the team’s front court depth, and also get to a few listener questions. It was a good discussion and I hope you take the time to listen and enjoy it. As always, subscribe, rate, and review the pod at iTunes here.

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Pete and I are back with our 2nd episode of the Laker Film Room Podcast. In this episode, we talk all things Julius Rande, the new collective bargaining agreement, and take a few mailbag questions.

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So, as some of you already know, a new project is coming to FB&G in partnership with Pete Zayas from @LakerFilmRoom. We will be doing a podcast together which will run weekly (and, maybe, more often than that depending on what’s going on with the team). I am super excited about this and hope you all will find it worth your time.

The pod itself will be less a reactionary response to the daily going-ons of the team and more of a targeted look at topics and ideas which intrigue us both. We hope these sessions give you a sense of what intrigues us about the Lakers at any given time while also giving you some insight into how we look at and absorb information from the games.

With that, click through below for our first episode. As always, thanks for your support.

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