The 2015-16 regular season has not been what Los Angeles Lakers fans had hoped, at least up to this point. The team is 9-35 and are slated to take on the San Antonio Spurs tonight, coming in with the second-best record in the NBA at 37-6. While some expected the Lakers to compete for a playoff spot this season, many thought far less of this team, but probably did not expect them to be quite this bad.
It has not all been negative, though. There have been some bright spots for the Lakers this season, mainly centered around the young talent on the team, as Los Angeles prepares to transition to a new generation of players after Kobe Bryant retires at the end of the season.
To review the first half of the season and preview the rest of the year, Gary is joined by Harrison and Matt to talk about everything that has occurred in this rollercoaster ride of a season.