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Mychal Thompson & Andy Kamenetzky are in today as Mychal has his grand plan for the Lakers to turn things around this season which Andy isn't completely sold on.
Ben Lyons & Mychal Thompson in today as it appears Hanley Ramirez will be saying goodbye to Los Angeles and saying hello to the Boston Red Sox. Also, the guys discuss UCLA owning LA for another year over the Trojans.
Star of THE LEAGUE and die hard Yankees fan Stephan Rannazzisi stops by to talk about his life post Derek Jeter, and the director of the Sundance doc, HAPPY VALLEY, Amir Bar-Lev shares stories about working closely with the Paterno family.
The new film “Beyond the Lights” is in theatres everywhere, and Director Gina Prince-Bythewood joins VeniceMase in the studio. The film is a hip hop love story set against the backdrop of pop music. Gina was also a triple-jumper at UCLA so there is their is some friendly Rivalry Week smack.
Kevin Arnovitz & Jordan Heimer discuss how much to panic over the Clippers' slow start, Jordan's new gig as a sci-fi writer and whether Kevin is ready to get a dog.
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Steve Mason, Ramona Shelburne, Ben Lyons and Marcellus Wiley go at it on Crosstalk. Bens Lyons wants to know what Marcellus Wiley was doing on CNN the other day. Marcellus breaks down his Top 10 NFL Power Rankings.
Marcellus Wiley and Jeff Katz rundown the big 5 matchups in the NFL this week. Marcellus gives out his NFL Power Rankings. Jeff Biggs runs off some of the days top stories on this edition of Biggsy Calls.
Marcellus Wiley and Jeff Katz react to the rumors of a deal for Rajon Rondo to the Lakers. Why hasn't Bernard Hopkins' story crossed over, does it have to do with race? Marcellus and Jeff talk about bad blood in sports.
Max tells Marcellus about the best sports doc he has seen in a long time and it involves a Yankee. Max & Marcellus In-House Council Carl Douglas calls in with the real on Adrian Peterson. Looking at the schedule, when will the Lakers get their first W?
Will Kobe prove the #40 ranking is wrong? Max & Marcellus react to ESPN.COM ranking Kobe Bryant as the 40th best player in the NBA.