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The LLP Ep. 188: Arts & Drafts (Final NBA 2018 Draft Thoughts, Potential Trades, & Promises + #25 & #47 Deep Dive w/ @OdetoOden's Sean Derenthal)

The Lakers Legacy Podcast

Before Lebron puts on his Purple & Gold crown, we've got the draft to attend to! So for our penultimate episode before the 2018 NBA Draft, we've got Ode to Oden and The Stepien's Sean Derenthal to give us one final deep-dive, cram session to this year's prospects that could fall to the Lakers in the #25 and #47 range!+ We also cover Lakers draft rumors, potentially moving up, trading Luol Deng on draft day, and much, much more!...Please consider donating to our Patreon Page - patreon.com/TheLakersLegacyPodcast ...Follow us on Twitter: @LakersLegacyPodPlease Rate & Review us on iTunes!Email: TheLakersLegacyPod@gmail.comListen to the Lakers Legacy Podcast on ITunesListen to the Almighty Baller Radio Network on iTunesor check out the rest of the Almighty Baller Podcast Network at AlmightyBaller.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 18mins

15 Jun 2018

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On the NBA Beat Ep. 93: Sean Derenthal: Lonzo Ball Could Be Draft’s “Best Player or Basically Unplayable”

On the NBA Beat

With the draft fast approaching – it’s scheduled for Thursday, June 22, – we’re joined by a pair of men who closely and passionately follow the NBA draft and its potential prospects year-round. Ode to Oden’s Sean Derenthal and Javier Pesquera of What’s on Draft lend their time and expertise to the show, discussing a wide range of issues, including but not limited to Markelle Fultz’s top billing, the Lonzo Ball phenomenon, the strengths and weaknesses of Josh Jackson’s and Dennis Smith Jr.’s games and the nature of this year’s international class. You won’t want to miss this one, especially if, like your hosts, you’ve been fixated on the NBA all season.Sean Derenthal: 9:28-9:43:“Lonzo Ball is super-, super-interesting. If you told me like five years from now that he was the best player out of this draft, I wouldn’t be surprised. If you told me that he was basically unplayable, I also wouldn’t be too surprised honestly.”SD: 16:48-18:16:“The problem with Josh Jackson, while he does bring all of that [defensive versatility], the reason that you wouldn’t take him is, well, one, there’s some off-court issues…Offensively, his shot is the big issue. So in the Finals, I think we saw that one-way players, it’s difficult to play these guys, and that if you are passable in team defense…but you’re good on offense, you can provide some spacing for your stars, well then that guy might be more valuable than a really, really good defender who can’t shoot at all…There’s a good chance that he won’t ever be much better than a slightly below-average starter just because his shot is a huge question…he brings it down really far, he’s got a really wonky kind of hitch in his shot.”SD: 22:07-23:14: “By realistic expectations, I think this draft is good. It’s definitely above average. It came in, and people were talking about ‘potentially seven All-Stars, blah-blah-blah, one of the best drafts in recent memory,’ all that stuff...It’s not going to be what everybody says that it is, but that’s probably just because we all have overblown expectations anyway.”Javier Pesquera: 31:48-32:06:“We see it as him [Markelle Fultz] being at the same level as Ben Simmons more or less…You can always be a bit let down by a guy, but I think he’s both the guy with the highest floor and the highest ceiling, and that’s normally a good combination, especially when we are talking about a guy that is also that young.”JP: 39:22-39:43:“I would say that Fultz is clearly No. 1 for me, and after that, I probably have Ball and Dennis Smith Jr. in a tier by themselves after Fultz, but then it gets murkier. After those guys, between fourth and 11th or between fourth and 10th most likely, I think those six, seven guys are all more or less in the same level.”JP: 50:32-50:56:“[In terms of International players], I probably will say Frank [Ntilikina], [Anzejs] Pasecniks as a big that can have some ability and maybe you are able to stash a couple years and get him down the road. And other than that, it gets pretty dicey. I’m not really a fan of any of the other guys that are still in this class. The ones I like the most withdrew, so it’s just a bit difficult to find European prospects in this class honestly.”You can subscribe to,Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

59mins

16 Jun 2017

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The New York Knicks Show – Episode 385: Draft Prospects with Sean Derenthal

The New York Knicks Show

Marc and Jay are joined by Sean Derenthal from the Ode to Oden podcast to talk about all the possibilities for the Knicks upcoming draft.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 28mins

13 Jun 2017

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Buzz Beat: A Charlotte Hornets Pod

Spencer and Richie are joined by a fellow Almighty Baller-ite, Sean Derenthal. Sean hosts his own NBA Draft podcast on the network, Ode to Oden. We get a chance to pick his brain on several prospects in Charlotte's range but also some that may slip to us at 11. Sean feels there's a strong consensus this year among prospects and holding out hope for a player like Monk or Isaac might not be worth it — we discuss, nonetheless. Sean also give his take on four prospects that have been heavily rumored to Charlotte and their fit with the team. Listen to the Buzz Beat on iTunes Listen to the Almighty Baller Network on iTunes  If you want your voice to be heard on the show, call our voicemail: (980) 999-0678Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 2mins

5 Jun 2017

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The New York Knicks Podcast – Episode 376: Talking Draft Prospects with Sean Derenthal

The New York Knicks Show

Jay is joined by Sean Derental from the Ode to Oden podcast to talk about who the Knicks might draft. Everyone from Fultz to Smith to Monk to Jackson to a ton of players Jay currently can't pronounce and Marc will never ever be able to pronounce.Listen to The New York Knicks Podcast on ITunesListen to the Almighty Baller Podcast Network on iTunesor check out the rest of the Almighty Baller Podcast Network at AlmightyBaller.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 16mins

28 Mar 2017

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The Lakers Legacy Podcast Ep. 120: Better Late (1st Rd Pick) Than Never! (NBA Draft 2017 Late 1st Rd/Early 2nd Rd Primer ft. “Ode to Oden Podcast” Draft Analyst Sean Derenthal)

The Lakers Legacy Podcast

So the Lakers Tank may be in danger, you say? It looks more and more likely that they drop to #3 and Phoenix supplants them as the 2nd worst team in the league, you say? They lose out on Fultz, Ball, Josh Jackson, you say???WELL, let us help ease your minds by presenting you with an INTRODUCTORY PRIMER to the prospects of the NBA Draft 2017 LATE FIRST ROUND / EARLY SECOND ROUND - picks we FOR SURE know the Lakers will have this Summer.Join us as we discuss:* Shaq's Big Statue Unveiling + A Crazy Weekend In Basketball Sports * NBA 2017 Late First Round / Early Second Round Draft Talk w/ Ode to Oden's Sean Derenthal - (8:53)* Quick Top 3 Talk - (15:21) * Deep-dive into potential prospects towards the end of the draft (22:51)...Follow us on Twitter: @LakersLegacyPodPlease Rate & Review us on iTunes!Email: TheLakersLegacyPodcast@gmail.comListen to the Lakers Legacy Podcast on ITunesListen to the Almighty Baller Podcast Network on iTunesor check out the rest of the Almighty Baller Podcast Network at AlmightyBaller.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 5mins

27 Mar 2017