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Podcast: How do recent comebacks stack up against others in Lakers history?

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The Lakers have made a bit of a habit of coming back to win their games. While it probably isn’t great for our health, it’s also been a blast to watch.

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With a fun game ahead, our hosts look back on the season that’s been, and how it stacks up against some of the other memorable comebacks in Los Angeles Lakers history.

I Love Basketball

On today’s “I Love Basketball”, Christian and Sabreena go through recent Lakers history to discuss some of the more memorable comeback victories over the past few seasons, inspired by recent such wins over Dallas and Chicago. It’s such a fun time to currently be a Laker fan that it even makes the dark years seem a little more enjoyable in retrospect.

They also discuss some recently-revealed information about Danny Green’s free agency, and his delightful transparency throughout the entire process before a quick preview of the Friday night showdown between the Lakers and the Heat.

You can listen to the latest episode below, and for more Lakers talk, subscribe to the Silver Screen and Roll podcast feed on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or Google Podcasts.

Locked on Lakers

Today’s show is one of the better episodes we’ve ever done. We start with an impromptu conversation about load management and the brand the Los Angeles Clippers want to make for themselves. They can’t have it both ways, basically.

The planned topic of the day was the somewhat throwaway tidbit from Marc Stein of the New York Times that implied that Kyle Kuzma might start once he’s fully up to speed. Pete believes that simply means Anthony Davis would slide down to the five to start games, but I’m a little more skeptical of such a proposal.

We wrap the show by taking iTunes questions, including one fascinating topic on Dwight Howard and Boogie Cousins, which we were still able to handle despite Pete’s, um, issues teasing segments.

You can listen to the entire episode below, and make sure to subscribe on iTunes, where you can also leave questions in the form of a five-star review to guarantee your topic makes the show.