Legends: Jodie MeeksJaime Maggio catches up with the former shooting guard on his two seasons with the purple and gold, and playing with Kobe Bryant
Legends: Tracy MurrayTracy Murray reflects on his time in the Los Angeles Basketball scene, from when he was a standout prospect at Glendora High to his time as a UCLA Basketball broadcaster.
Legends: Corie BlountHe may be the only player to grow up in LA and play for the Lakers with both Magic Johnson and then Kobe & Shaq. Jaime Maggio caught up with Monrovia's own Corie Blount as the forward looked back on his career in purple & gold
Legends: Radio PBP Announcer John IrelandChris Hayre talks to John Ireland about what its been like to call Laker games on the radio, including his path to getting there, and what he learned from his boyhood idol Chick Hearn
Legends: Wes Matthews Sr.Wes Matthews Sr. played just 2 seasons with the Lakers, but won a title in each one as he backed up Magic Johnson at point guard. He's also just the second dad to have his son also play for the Lakers, a fact he cherishes greatly
Legends: Mike PenberthyFormer Laker guard and current assistant coach Mike Penberthy visits with Kristin Smith to talk battling Kobe in practice, coaching future hall of famers and how it all got started!
Legends: Nick Van ExelOne of the more popular point guards in Lakers history, Nick Van Exel remains a fan favorite despite not winning a title with the Purple & Gold. Jim Hill chats with "Nick the Quick" about his time in LA and his current role with the Atlanta Hawks
Legends: Mike SmrekJim Hill chats with 2-time Lakers champ Mike Smrek about his time backing up Kareem in the 80s and much more. The full interview here!
Legends: Terry TeagleEven though he played just two seasons with the Lakers, Terry Teagle helped take the team to the NBA Finals and holds a special place in the record books alongside Magic Johnson. Jim Hill chats with the former Lakers guard
Legends: Phil HandyLakers Assistant Coach Phil Handy not only has a handful of championship rings with the likes of LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard, but a highly-successful training app for players of all ages