Trevor Lane From Lakers Nation Talks the Transition From Teaching to Writing, Lakers Struggles, LeBron/AD and More
Trevor Lane is a senior writer and host for Lakers Nation. He joined the Press Pass podcast to discuss his career path and the recent struggles of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Topics include: how he started his first blog, making the jump from self-publishing to working at Silver Screen and Roll, learning on the job, juggling teaching while writing, why he decided to take the leap of faith now and go full-time as a writer, and what he's most excited about going forward now that he can dedicate all of his time to basketball. Lane also discussed how the Lakers can bounce back from their Game 1 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the impact of Alex Caruso, Anthony Davis at center, if we'll see a more aggressive LeBron James, his favorite Kobe Bryant memory, and more!
Listen to the full podcast below or follow the link here.
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