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2020 Schedule
46-27, 1st in Northwest

The Hoop Collective: Free Agency Winners And Losers

As the NBA world waits to know more about the future of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Brian Windhorst, Ramona Shelburne and Tim Bontemps discuss the flurry of roster moves made over the past few days and how they may alter the landscape of the 2020-21 season.

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Millsap returns to Nuggets on 1-year, $10M deal

Veteran Paul Millsap, whose numbers hit career lows across the board with a dip in playing time, has agreed to return to the Nuggets on a one-year, $10 million deal, his agent said.

Zeke Nnaji's NBA draft profile (0:55)

The Hoop Collective: Stan Van Gundy Goes to New Orleans

After hiring Stan Van Gundy, can the Pelicans now contend in a crowded Western Conference? Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kirk Goldsberry debate. Plus, the guys discuss the Rockets' future post-Daryl Morey and how Ty Lue will fare as the Clippers' new coach.

The most memorable moments from the NBA bubble (2:14)

The Hoop Collective: NBA Finals Preview

Can the Heat (12-3 in the playoffs) take down the Lakers in the NBA Finals? Brian Windhorst, Ramona Shelburne and Kirk Goldsberry weigh the factors. Plus, the Eastern Conference Finals regrets the Celtics will have and the rocky history between LeBron James and Pat Riley.

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Murray hobbled in loss: 'Didn't have the energy'

Nuggets guard Jamal Murray said he played through a bruised foot in Saturday's Game 5 loss, in which he had 19 points, his lowest total of the series.

Malone: 'I don't think Elijah McClain's name is mentioned enough' (1:14)

After a 10 year absence in the NBA Finals, the Lakers are BACK! The purple and gold take care of the Nuggets in game 5, 117-107, and take the series 4-1 to return to the NBA Finals.

The Lakers ride a triple-double from LeBron James to a game 5 victory over the Nuggets, 117-107, and secure their first trip to the NBA Finals in 10 years. Allen Sliwa recaps the big win by taking calls from the fans and playing all the post-game sound. Also, The Undefeated's Marc Spears, ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, and LA Times's Brad Turner join the post-game show and react to the Lakers making it back to the Finals after a decade long absence.

Malone marvels at LeBron's high-performance level in his 17th season (1:44)
Lakers defeat Nuggets 4-1 to advance to NBA Finals (2:33)
LeBron scores nine straight points in the fourth (0:42)
AD drains big-time 3 in the 4th (0:24)
AD shuts down Porter's dunk attempt (0:27)
Green takes flight to reject Plumlee (0:17)

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.319th
Rebounds Per Game44.120th
Assists Per Game26.74th
Points Allowed109.211th

Team History