2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
49-14, 1st in Pacific

Allen gets stories straight for

News breaks over the weekend, Rajon Rondo breaks his thump in Orlando and will be out 6-8 weeks. The USA Today's Mark Medina talks about life in the NBA bubble, and how the league has handled it. Plus, Sliwa isn't really pleased with the complaints coming from the players in Orlando.


Waiters' Island

More on Rajon Rondo's injury and who could potentially get his minutes in the lineup. Also, what during the pandemic that you like do you want to do after the pandemic is over? And, reaction to Charles Barkley's comments about how NBA players are turning social injustice messages "in to a circus." Plus, "Game of Games" and Crosstalk with Allen Sliwa.

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14hDave McMenamin

Lakers' Vogel expects Rondo back for playoff run

Frank Vogel said he expects Rajon Rondo, who fractured his right thumb last week, back sometime between the first and second rounds of the playoffs.


Getting The Scoop

"The Scoop" kicked off the 2nd hour of the show, where the fellas wondered if Patrick Mahomes will get more Super Bowl rings than Tom Brady. ESPN's Tim Bontemps came on to talk about the "Disney Bubble" and if the Lakers have enough to win the title, even after Rajon Rondo's injury. And, more talk on the DeSean Jackson controversy. Plus, "Radio Tinder."


No Playoff Rondo?

The show started with reaction to Rajon Rondo's injury and how it will affect the Lakers on and off the court. Plus, talk on NBA players "possibly" breaking protocol within the bubble for food and groupies. And, should the NBA Players be complaining about the food and living conditions within the "Disney Bubble?" Then, ESPN's Linda Cohn called in to talk about how she is missing sports and her new partnership with LA Food Bank.


HQ on the NBA Restart and more

Dan Le Batard, Bomani Jones, and Domonique Foxworth ask if Russell Westbrook testing positive for Covid change how you feel about the NBA restart, if we should give the Washington football team a pat on the back for officially deciding to change its name and if losing Rajon Rondo a big deal for the Lakers' title chances,


Westbrook tests positive for COVID19; NBA on social justice

Tony Reali and the national panel weigh in Russell Westbrook testing positive for coronavirus, LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Joel Embiid elect to wearing their own names on the back of their jerseys, Washington announcing the retirement of the nickname and logo and much more.


Is Patrick Mahomes Chasing Tom Brady?

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss Washington retiring team nickname & logo, the impact of Rajon Rondo’s injury on the Lakers' title hopes and more. Plus, Cam’s warning to NFL, Usman's defeat of Masvidal, Mahomes chasing Brady, Woody Harrelson getting old man buckets are also discussed!


FTYT: LeBron To Wear Own Last Name On Jersey

Jeff Dickerson filling in for Jason Fitz. LeBron James has opted out of having a name other than his own on the back of his jersey during the NBA restart. Plus, we continue the conversation about the Redskins officially announcing they'll be changing the team's name with ESPN NFL Washington Reporter John Keim.

Inside the Clippers-Lakers matchups this season (3:25)
LeBron reenacts his historic chase-down block in NBA 2K (0:17)
Stephen A.: 'I don't give a damn what is on the back of somebody's jersey' (2:15)
How Rondo's injury affects Lakers' title chances (1:53)
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1dMalika Andrews and Dave McMenamin

Lakers' Rondo breaks right thumb during practice

Lakers guard Rajon Rondo broke his right thumb during Sunday night's practice in Orlando, Florida, the team announced. Rondo will have surgery this week and the team expects him to resume full basketball activities in six to eight weeks.

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2dDave McMenamin

Lakers' Davis chooses to keep name on jersey

Saying he tries to represent his family every time he steps onto the floor for an NBA game, Anthony Davis said Sunday he'll keep his last name on his jersey rather than replacing it with a message for social justice.

How Lakers, Bucks are handling NBA bubble (2:56)
Kevin Hart's LeBron impression has JR Smith cracking up (0:43)
Why AD decided against a social injustice message on his jersey (1:03)
Howard makes a surprise call to a fan (2:18)
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3dDave McMenamin

LeBron to forgo social justice message on jersey

Lakers star LeBron James says he will not have a social justice message on the back of his jersey when the league resumes July 30. Said James: "Just something that didn't seriously resonate with my mission, with my goal."

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.37th
Rebounds Per Game46.18th
Assists Per Game25.99th
Points Allowed106.93rd

Team History