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They're the hosts of a new hoops pod, and one well worth finding in a crowded basketball podcast space. They're Jordan Ligons and Haley O'Shaughnessy, of the Spinsters. We welcome them on, talking... -How Jordan's great aunt went from a Lakers fan to a Celtics fan... in the 80's! Like, really, how does that happen? -Jordan is a die hard Lakers fan,…
 
Michael Lee of the Washington Post is one of the best sportswriters in the business. He joins the Happy Hour (after Andy and Brian spend some time on LeBron James, the Brooklyn Nets and Meyers Leonard) and goes deep down memory lane for some great stories around his childhood fandom, what came later with supporting Eddie Jones, sharing a great stor…
 
It's among the most unique podcasts out there. Lour After Hours, a gathering of huge Dan LeBatard Show fans, has grown organically into a huge community of podcasters and guests, with all kinds of interesting characters. So how did this all happen? What brought the crew together, and how has it grown into something with this big a life? That's wher…
 
One of the things making LA special is its extensive mural culture. Across every neighborhood in the city, people can find a variety of public art chronicling the LA's history, culture, citizenry and more. Robert Vargas is a big part of that, responsible for a diverse group of murals across Los Angeles. We start on his upbringing in Boyle Heights, …
 
So what's it like to be permanently banned from Twitter? How do you get yourself back on? And what does a person have to do to get kicked off in the first place? Comedian Mike Mulloy of FadedComedy.com joins, and that's where we start. Good news, it wasn't for leading an insurrection! After, we talk about the challenge of comedy in the pandemic, wh…
 
Steve Mason has been a mainstay of LA radio for multiple decades. We've known him for almost two... and on Friday's Late Night Happy Hour learned all kinds of new stuff about the guy. We start on vaccinations. He got one, hanging out at the local Rite-Aid. Turns out, they had some spares. So what's he going to do with his newfound freedom, once he …
 
He's all sorts of busy, doing NBA coverage for The Athletic, hosting shows (Like BOMM) for the Count the Dings Network, and a regular job at Wieden/Kennedy. Tavonne Edwards joins the Happy Hour. After breaking down his extremely judgmental mattress, we stumble into a Knicks conversation. They're as good as they've been in years, but does that actua…
 
If you frequent The Ringer, you know his work, either written for their NBA and MLB departments or as part of the production team on the popular "Binge Mode" podcast Zach Kram joins the Late Night Happy Hour, and we start with the NBA game of the night, with Utah and Philly, two teams vying for seeding and respect. Philly wins, behind a monster gam…
 
Anthony Slater, who covers the Warriors and the NBA for The Athletic, joins to talk Western Conference contenders, refereeing, the state of Golden State and more. We start by maybe, just maybe, encouraging Lakers fans to slow their roll on Damian Jones. He's looked good in his first two games in purple and gold - hasn't missed a shot! - but there's…
 
He's the host of Food Network's "Spring Baking Championships," and five seasons of "Cheap Eats" on Discovery+. He's been featured on "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," and more. He joins the Late Night Happy Hour. -We start on the mechanics of shooting food TV shows in the midst of a pandemic. What changes? How much does he actually get to each? Does Duf…
 
Friend of the show Dave Schilling, who writes about sports, culture and style joins, talking about his work on "Black Renaissance: The Art and Soul of Our Stories," which premiered on YouTube, Friday. What makes the celebration of the arts and Black culture so critical? He talks about the genesis of the idea, and what it was like working with so ma…
 
Spring Training kind of snuck up on us, but now that we know it's here, we have questions. And to answer them, we hit up Jorge Castillo, who does outstanding work covering the Dodgers for the LA Times. We start with atmosphere. It's no a normal Spring Training, whether talking about the players or the media covering them. What's the atmosphere like…
 
The Jazz thumped the Lakers on Wednesday. No big surprise given the current state of the champs, who are still down Anthony Davis and Dennis Schroder. And also because the Jazz are routinely kicking the crap out of any team they play. So at this point, with the best record in the league by a pretty good margin, with a run of dominance few teams hav…
 
He's a die hard fan, so on a personal level the struggles of the Boston Celtics this season are hitting NY Times NBA writer Sopan Deb particularly hard. But they have a simple explanation, at the root: The C's let an All-Star caliber player in Gordon Hayward go to Charlotte, and replaced him with... nothing. So add in a banged up Kemba Walker and a…
 
It's not always easy to be a sports fan today, especially if you're a member of a community that hasn't traditionally been valued by the sports establishment - think women and LGBTQ people, for example - or simply enthusiastic fans whose team loyalties are exploited by greedy/apathetic/lousy team owners or large entities like the IOC and FIFA that …
 
You know him from 710 ESPN Radio in LA, and basically every television show ESPN has. But Friday on the Late Night Happy Hour, Jorge Sedano takes on his toughest task -- Explaining the state of Florida. It's not a job for everyone, but this Florida native is willing to try. But first, some other stuff, starting with Pat Riley. Is he ever going to r…
 
He's the guy at the center of one of the best new basketball websites out there. Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) of BasketballNews.com joins the Late Night Happy Hour, breaking down a huge range of topics over the course of an hour. We start with the Lakers, who won their first game Tuesday without Anthony Davis. Looking ahead, what do these games w…
 
He covers the Sacramento Kings for The Athletic, but Jason Jones is also an L.A. dude, and joins the Happy Hour to talk Western Conference basketball and his beloved Dodgers as Spring Training kicks off. We start on the Brooklyn Nets, who are the opponent for the Lakers in Thursday's big marquee national TV matchup. They can't stop anyone, really, …
 
She's the host of the Dimes and Dozens podcast, and a musician (check out her work @tinydeaths). Tonight, Claire de Lune joins the Late Night Happy Hour talking NBA, music and more. We start with... movers! She recently swapped apartments, smack in the middle of the pandemic. And while the experience sucked, the movers did not. So that's a plus. Fr…
 
He's created a cult following online designed around the unique appeal of sports and pop culture from the 70s and 80s. Ricky Cobb of @Super70sSports joins the Late Night Happy Hour, talking the origin story of his site, why baseball players with glasses seem to be such a fertile ground for excellent Twitter comedy, the reason nostalgia plays so wel…
 
He was a member of the '94-'95 national championship team at UCLA and played professionally overseas. Kris Johnson joins the Late Night Happy Hour, and we cover all kinds of ground. First, it's all about the Lakers, who are a little stuck in the mud about a third of the way through the season, working through fatigue, injury, poor shooting and more…
 
The Late Night Happy Hour turns 100 (in episodes, at least, as an independent entity) and as we do with all our historic shows, we turn to Ben Lyons as a guest. He was guest #1 in the original version, then guest #50. He was our first guest on the indie show, and now is our 100th. On a slow night in the NBA, we get deep into Hollywood, and what mig…
 
He does great work as an NBA writer at The Athletic, where he also hosts the recently launched video series The Restricted Area, with Wosny Lambre. But Zach Harper is also a movie guy, hosting the incredibly fun Cinephobe podcast for the Count the Dings network, and that's where we keep things on the Late Night Happy Hour. We start, as they tend to…
 
He's the host of the Locked on Lakers podcast, one of the best ones out there. Anthony Irwin joins the Late Night Happy Hour, talking Lakers, LeBron James, the NBA and more... More in this case being his beloved Los Angeles Dodgers signing Cy Young winner Trevor Bauer. He's excellent at baseball. He's also a well-documented jerk who has harassed wo…
 
CJ Toledano has worked as a comedian, a comedy writer, and a creator/producer of online, socially driven content with Bleacher Report (House of Highlights) and more. Now, he's launched Follow Through, an independent content studio geared towards sports. The guy knows social media backwards and he joins the Late Night Happy Hour to talk about the tr…
 
Two guests! We start with Jake Brennan, host of Disgraceland, which enters its seventh season on a new home at Amazon Music. What makes this true crime/music mashup so much fun? Brennan talks about the characters that emerge in rock and roll that tell these stories, and what it's like to bring them to life. From there, it's onto the gridiron, where…
 
He's an NBA champion, beloved in Los Angeles and just about everywhere else, and Monday he joined the Late Night Happy Hour with the Kamenetzky Brothers. Metta World Peace has launched a new basketball app, called X vs. X Sports (@xvsxsports), which is designed to bring basketball players together to find games at a common skill level, from rec pla…
 
The Late Night Happy Hour welcomes Nekias Duncan (BasketballNews.com, The Dunker Spot podcast) to the show, and he's bringing all kinds of insight. We start with the Lakers. They've lost two straight - not a big deal - but every team has weaknesses, however relative. Has Nekias seen anything in these games that worry him? (Spoiler... no, not really…
 
The Late Night Happy Hour welcomes Andy Liu and Sam Esfandiari of the Light Years podcast to the show. Is Steve Kerr's ego holding this year's Warriors back? Certainly these guys are unimpressed with the work he's done to this point of the season. But how good are they supposed to be, anyway? What would they give up in a potential trade for Washing…
 
On the Late Night Happy Hour, Andy and Brian welcome "You're The Worst" creator Stephen Falk and star Chris Geere to talk about TV, pushing boundaries with comedy, Hollywood in (and after) the COVID era, and YTW's cast reuniting for a Zoom script read to benefit Feeding America. We open talking about the benefit, and how excited the cast is to get …
 
He's the author of "Thinking Basketball," the host of the "Thinking Basketball" Podcast, and the producer of the excellent "Greatest Peaks" series on his "Thinking Basketball" YouTube page. Hoops analytics guru Ben Taylor (@ElGee35) joins the Late Night Happy Hour, talking NBA greatness. What was the inspiration for the series? How does he hone in …
 
The Late Night Happy Hour welcomes The Athletic's Law Murray (@LawMurrayTheNU), who covers the Clippers, to the show for a look at the COVID protocols hitting the LAC, the changing roles for Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, Ty Lue's impact, and much, much more. But we start with coronavirus putting the Clippers' stars on the sidelines for at least a …
 
On Friday's Late Night Happy Hour, the Kamenetzky Brothers remember Hank Aaron, who died Friday at the age of 86. Plus, it's the 15th anniversary of Kobe Bryant's 81 point game, and a feud (of sorts) has broken out between Shaq and Donovan Mitchell, thanks to a very, very awkward postgame interview. Well, it's not really a feud, but it was a moment…
 
The Kamenetzky Brothers welcome ESPN's social media and uniform guru Grant Goldberg (who also happens to be a fixture on Lakers social media) to the show, talking meme culture, NBA, great threads and more. We start with Thursday's big win for the Lakers in Milwaukee. It was a great night for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who is without question a leade…
 
The Late Night Happy Hour welcomes Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond of The Athletic. They cover the Rams, and host the "11 Personnel" podcast. And they were kind enough to go in for a deep dive into the 2020 season, and what's coming this offseason and beyond. We start with a review of the loss in Green Bay. How much of the damage done by Green Ba…
 
Nate Duncan, of the Dunc'd on Podcast Network, NBA TV and the Hollinger and Duncan pod, joins, talking Lakers vs. Everyone, the Clippers, Eastern Conference contenders and more. Among the topics... -Where are the relative weaknesses in the Lakers, relative as they might be? -Have the Clippers made real improvements under Ty Lue? Is he a better fit …
 
The Lakers rolled the Pelicans on Friday night, running their record to 11-3. With about 20% of the season gone already, things are looking pretty good. To talk about that, and much, much more, Aaron Larsuel, host of The Official Lakers Podcast, joins. We start, though, on Aaron's grotesque, surgically repaired (sort of repaired, at least) right ha…
 
Few people in LA radio have had a career as long or as diverse as Matt "Money" Smith, starting with his days at KROQ and now at AM 570. He's been a Lakers pre- and postgame voice, the voice of the Chargers and more. He joins the Happy Hour for what became a great discussion of the evolution of radio, whether around sports or music. We start with ol…
 
Changing gears, it's time to talk some wrestling! Bill Hanstock, author of the great and comprehensive history of WWE, "We Promised You a Great Main Event," which published in October and can be found wherever you get your books. (If you can, pick a local spot!) We start with a look at Vince McMahon, the WWE and how it has maintained staying power …
 
The Rams pulled off the upset Saturday in Seattle. Can they do it again this week in Green Bay? Joining the show to break it all down is Kirk Morrison (@kirkmorrison), pre- and postgame host for Rams broadcasts on 710 ESPN, NFL host for Sirius XM and all around football oracle. We start with coaching, and why it's so critical to the NFL game, more …
 
Time is a flat circle these days, so it's easy to forget that normally the winter is filled with important offseason baseball happenings. This year, not so much, so you're forgiven for forgetting we're in the midst of Hot Stove season. It's just not all that hot. Baseball teams aren't spending any money, fearing continued COVID-related revenue loss…
 
The Rams and Seahawks will meet for the third time this season, but this time it's for the right to advance in the NFC playoffs. Saturday's game in Seattle is expected to be a defensive battle, but will it play out that way? Ted Nguyen, who covers the NFL for The Athletic, joins the show to preview the game. Will Jared Goff start if he's healthy? D…
 
He's one of the best reporters in the NBA, and a great guy to boot. Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN joins the show. After talking about the weirdness of covering games in arenas this season - and what we miss and don't miss about the days when we were all doing our jobs in the normal way - we talk about a Lakers team that after nine games is 6-3, but clearl…
 
ESPN's Clinton Yates, a Washington, D.C. native, joins the show to discuss a truly historic 24-hour stretch in America. It started Tuesday with the decision not to prosecute the police officer who shot Jacob Blake in Wisconsin, followed by a pair of wins for Democratic candidates in the Georgia Senate runoff election and capped Wednesday by rioters…
 
It's always a good time when Victoria Jacobi (@CountOnVic) joins the Happy Hour, and Tuesday was no different. We covered all sorts of ground, starting with a surprisingly good start for the New York Knicks before moving on to her work with "Behind the Lens," which features NBA players like Carmelo Anthony breaking down the secrets of their craft. …
 
To kick off 2021 - after a quick breakdown of LA's weekend win over the Cardinals, pushing the Rams into the playoffs even while the QB situation is fluid - we welcome the great Lang Whitaker to the show. Formerly of Slam, NBA.com and GQ, Lang now serves as coach and GM of Grizz Gaming, joins the show. We start talking Marc Gasol, someone he got to…
 
The NBA has its first COVID-19 interruption of the 2020-21 season, and it's not James Harden's fault! Well, it's sort of his fault, but not for the reasons some might think. On a night where the Rockets/Thunder game was postponed, we welcome Rohan Nadkarni, NBA writer at Sports Illustrated, to the show. We start on Harden's mess, the Rockets' mess,…
 
So apparently, the Lakers know a winning formula when they see it. Losing to the Clippers in the opener worked out last season, so Tuesday night, as the NBA kicked off the 2020-21 season, they tried it again. The LAC beat the Lakers 116-109. But before that, we got another example of just how good the Lakers are at stagecraft, as they turned what c…
 
The NBA season starts Tuesday, and Monday provided plenty of action, as the last set of rookie contract extensions dominated the news. Of course, the Lakers took care of that on Sunday, with Kyle Kuzma re-upping for three years and $40 million. We start the show talking about the deal, and why it was supremely sensible for all parties involved. Eve…
 
The NBA is about ready to kick into high gear, and with that in mind, we welcome Clare de Lune (@ClaireMPLS), host of the "Dimes and Dozens" podcast to get ready. We start with how good the Lakers look, given how far ahead they were at the end of last season. Meanwhile, the Clippers are being accused of criminality centered around Jerry West and th…
 
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