Lunchtime With Roggin And Rodney

Lunchtime With Roggin And Rodney

Fred Roggin and Rodney Peete giving you everything you need to know about L.A. sports.... Show More

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September 25, 2020 39 min
A IG model claims that a NBA player snuck her into the bubble. Will Conor McGregor face Manny Pacquiao in a boxing match? NBA insider, Chris Broussard, joins us.
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The Lakers are up 3-1 after beating the Nuggets but some feel that there was some questionable officiating that aided them in the win. Ned Colletti joins us as the Dodgers get set for their final series of the regular season against the Angels. The Pac 12 announced that it will have a truncated fall football season.
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Robert Kraft gets off on a technicality in Florida. An update on the pending Pac 12 vote on football. Vinny Bonsignore joins us to preview the week 3 matchups for the Raiders, Rams and Chargers.
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Is Lebron James not getting the foul calls he deserves during this Nuggets series? USA Today NBA columnist, Mark Medina, joins us. Also, the Dodgers lost to the A's as Joe Kelly and Blake Treinen struggled. Are there major issues with the pitching staff as we are just a week away from the playoffs?
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Chicago Bears great, Gayle Sayers, and WWE legend Road Warrior Animal, both passed away this morning. Also, will Dodger fans be allowed to attend NLCS and World Series games in Texas? We check the pulse of Laker fans to determine where they sit on the panic meter after last nights loss to the Nuggets in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals.
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The Lakers dropped Game 3 vs Denver. Is it a minor bump in the road or cause for greater concern? The Dodgers beat the As and got some help from the Angels as they clinched their 8th straight NL West title. Tyrod Taylor suffered a punctured lung when a team doctor attempted to inject him with a painkiller before the Chargers' loss to Kansas City.
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We hear from Vin Scully as he wishes Tommy LaSorda a happy birthday. The Raiders opened up Allegiant Stadium in Vegas with a win over the Saints. Adam Auslund joins us to address the reported issues between Clipper players and Paul George
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The Lakers look to take a stranglehold on the Western Conference Finals tonight against Denver. Is there internal strife between Paul George and his Clipper teammates? David Vassegh hops on as the Dodgers get set to face Oakland
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Is the New York turf to blame for the rash of injuries that the 49ers suffered? Why was Brett Favre allowed to attend the Bucs-Panthers game but players' families arent? Bill Plaschke from the LA Times joins us to talk about Anthony Davis' huge shot against the Nuggets and Lebron not being named MVP.
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Eric Dickerson joins us this hour as we discuss the Rams beating the Eagles, Justin Herberts' Chargers debut vs. Kansas City and the rash of injuries that plagued so many teams on Sunday.
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Anthony Davis vaulted himself into Lakers lore after hitting a 3 pointer at the buzzer to give the Lakers 2-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals. Our Lakers insider, Bill Oram joins us.
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Trouble in paradise with the Boston Celtics? Larry Scott speaks after a report surfaces that the Pac 12 may begin its football season in October. Vinny Bonsignore hops on to talk Chargers-Chiefs, Rams-Eagles and Saints-Raiders.
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Giannis beat Lebron for NBA MVP by a landslide. Bill Oram joins us to discuss Game 1 of the Nuggets-Lakers series tonight. Ned Colletti hops on as the Dodgers continue their series against the Rockies.
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Is Doc Rivers going to return as Clippers head coach next season? Will MLB stick with its 16 team expanded playoffs even after this season? David Vassegh joins us after the Dodgers get set to take on Colorado.
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The Clippers blew a 3-1 series lead against Denver and now questions abound about their next steps. Dan Woike from the LA Times joins us from the bubble in Orlando to give his thoughts on the Clippers' loss and the Lakers' upcoming series against the Nuggets.
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MLB will host the majority of its playoffs in two bubbles. Dave Roberts was a little peeved by a Padres player pimping a homerun against Kershaw. Is the "ant men" strategy in Houston dead? Adam Auslund joins us as the Clippers get set to face Denver in Game 7.
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Tonight is Game 7 between the Clippers and Nuggets - is it the biggest game in Clippers history? The Dodgers lost to the Padres in their series opener. David Vassegh joins us from San Diego.
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Tom Brady struggles in Bucs debut. The Browns get blown out by Baltimore. Lonzo Ball says he's his own man and is finally free from Lavar. The Dodgers begin their biggest series of the season tonight in San Diego
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The Rams opened up SoFi Stadium with a win over Dallas but were ridiculed over their uniforms. The Chargers eek out a win over the Bengals. The Clippers have been pushed to a Game 7 with Denver while the Lakers patiently wait.
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Frank Vogel showers praise on Laker roleplayers like Alex Caruso, Javale McGee and Dwight Howard. The Chargers will be without a key piece on Sunday against the Bengals
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