Fred Roggin and Rodney Peete giving you everything you need to know about L.A. sports.
Erick Dickerson joins the show this hour as we discuss the Rams, Chargers and Raiders as we head into week 18. We also talk about the controversy surrounding Antonio Brown and the passing of John Madden.
Matthew Stafford was not voted into the pro bowl - was he snubbed? Staples Center is officially no more. Vinny Bonsignore hops on to preview week 16 of the NFL
Lebron James dominated against the Suns but the Lakers still lost. Fred says the purple and gold are 'screwed.' Rich Hammond from The Athletic hops on to talk about the Rams' big win over Seattle and Cooper Kupp's record breaking season.
Vic the Brick haiku. Is tonights game a must win for the Rams? Adam Silver spoke about the NBA's current COVID outbreak and whether the league will consider shutting down for a while because of it
Vinny Bonsignore hops on to talk about the Raiders' win in Cleveland and preview Rams-Seattle tonight at SoFi. Fred recounts some wild Christmas parties from days past NBC. LA Kings analyst, Jim Fox, joins us to talk about the NHL Christmas shutdown and talk about the state of the team
As the Rams get set to host Seattle tonight, we discuss the recent struggles by Seattle and whether that could be attributed to Pete Carroll's inability to adjust and evolve as a coach. With Anthony Davis out for a month, its time for Lebron James to shine.
Eric Dickerson joins us as we discuss the updated COVID rules around the NFL, the Rams-Seattle game at SoFi tomorrow, aggressive playcalling by the likes of Brandon Staley and John Harbaugh, and the Raiders expressing dismay over their game in Cleveland being moved.
Fred talks about his trip to London and his experience at the Chelsea-Everton soccer match. Bill Oram hops on to talk about Anthony Davis likely missing a month and the spate of COVID issues around the Lakers and the NBA as a whole
Our NFL insider, Vinny Bonsignore, hops on to talk about the games that have been rescheduled due to COVID (including Raiders-Browns and Rams-Seahawks). We debate: Did Steph Curry and the over-reliance on three pointers ruin the NBA?
The Chargers lost in overtime to the Chiefs last night, and Brandon Staley has been critcized for going for it on 4th down too often. Mark Medina from NBA.com and NBA-TV hops on to talk about the Lakers' 3 game win streak and the COVID outbreak around the league. The NFL moved 3 games from this weekend's slate due to COVID outbreaks.
Bill Oram hops on to talk about the Lakers' win in Dallas and the mini-COVID outbreak among the team. The Chargers will face Kansas City in what may be their biggest game in a long while. Deion Sanders nabbed the top recruit in the nation and it could be the start of something big in college football. Isaac Lowenkron hops on to talk more about Chargers-Chiefs
Austin Reaves hit the game winner for the Lakers in Dallas last night - but Rob Parker says its not a big deal. Urban Meyer was let go by the Jaguars overnight. David Vassegh updates us on the MLB lockout. Ezra Frech talks about the Angel City Games taking place this weekend at LA High.
Dan Woike from the LA Times hops on to talk about the Lakers' COVID issues, potentially trading Westbrook, and where Steph Curry ranks in the discussion of best shooters/players of all time. Also, if the Dodgers don't win another title with this core, will this last decade be considered a failure?
The Lakers are missing 3 players in Dallas due to COVID protocols. Also, should they realistically consider trading Westbrook? Joey Bosa spoke out about playing on Thursday nights - but it won't change unless the Players Union take a stand.
Adam Auslund hops on to discuss the Clippers' win over Phoenix, the Lakers and Rob Parker's Deadspin article on the Clippers. We discuss members of sports front offices speaking publicly and how it could be detrimental to the team. Might Derek Carr want out of Las Vegas?
The Rams picked up a big victory over the Cardinals in Arizona - could that have turned their season around with that win? Donald Parham of the Chargers hops on as they get set to host the Chiefs on Thursday night.
Vic the Brick haiku. Its Lit: Slovis transferring, Charger COVID issues and Mike Leach calls out players who opt out of bowl games. Have Lebron and the Lakers turned the corner, or did they just have a couple of good games against NBA bottom-feeders over the weekend?
Rob, Rodney and Eric Dickerson discuss tonights huge matchup between the Rams and Cardinals. The Cowboys brought their own bench to Washington!? Alabama (and former Mater Dei) QB Bryce Young won the Heisman Trophy over the weekend - but has the award lost its luster?
Rob Parker is in for Fred and Eric Dickerson joins us for Football Monday. A whopping 26 teams are still alive in the NFL playoff race - is that good for the sport? The Raiders danced on the Chiefs logo and then proceeded to get dominated. The Chargers dominated the Giants. News breaks that the Rams will be without Tyler Higbee and Jalen Ramsey tonight against Arizona.
The Lakers lost in Memphis last night and Frank Vogel said they played with a "casualness." Could the team be tuning him out? Bill Oram joins us. Kings defenseman, Drew Doughty, joins us.
We discuss whether people have been to quick to judge Russell Westbrook after he seems to have been playing better lately. Brandon Boston had a night to remember for the Clippers as they beat the Celtics
The Lakers played one of their best games of the season as they beat Boston last night. Charles Barkley says that Anthony Davis is the Lakers' issue, not Frank Vogel. Jeanie Buss commented on Frank Vogel's status as head coach
Vic the Brick haiku. Vinny Bonsignore talks NFL - including the Patriots win over the Bills when they attempted just 3 passes. Jason Gannon hops on to talk about the new Jimmy Kimmel Bowl at SoFi Stadium.
Fred brings to a light a controversial sponsor for an international curling event. Will Frank Vogel be let go if the Lakers don't turn things around soon? Our Lakers insider, Bill Oram, joins us.
We discuss the rumors that Chip Kelly may leave UCLA and head back to Oregon after Mario Cristobal bolted for Miami. Bill Plaschke from the LA Times had a chance to speak with the parents of the victim of the assault within the Mater Dei football program - he joins us.
Rob Parker joins the show as we further discuss Kelly Stafford's issue with Fred, Matthew Staffords recent struggles and the Lakers. Speaking of the Lakers, a twitter study says that Laker fans complain more than any other fan base in the NBA.
The MLB lockout is now official and players can no longer be signed or traded. Ned Colletti hops on to talk about the return of Chris Taylor, Corey Seager going to Texas and more. Chargers linebacker Kyzir White hops on
Vic the Brick haiku. Brian Kelly speaks on leaving the Irish for LSU. Nick Hamilton joins us after he had 1 on 1 conversations with Linoln Riley and Mike Bohn
Bill Shaikin from the LA Times hops on to talk about the pending MLB lockout that will begin tonight at midnight. We receive breaking news that Chris Taylor will return to the Dodgers. There's no biting in hockey!
Lebron James is in COVID protocols but the Lakers found a way to beat Sacramento. Max Scherzer was introduced to the New York media today and had some interesting comments on his 'dead arm' during last years' postseason