Ja Morant, Brandon Clarke, Kendrick Nunn, Zion Williamson and Eric Paschall round out the NBA's All-Rookie First Team.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/12L 122-102
- 1/14L 124-97
- 1/16L 134-131
- 1/18W 109-95
- 1/20L 129-124
- 1/22L 129-96
- 1/24L 129-118
- 1/28L 115-104
- 1/30L 119-104
- 2/1W 131-112
- 2/3W 125-117
- 2/5L 129-88
- 2/8L 125-120
- 2/10L 113-101
- 2/12L 112-106
- 2/20L 135-105
- 2/23L 115-101
- 2/25L 112-94
- 2/27L 116-86
- 2/29W 115-99
- 3/1L 124-110
- 3/3W 116-100
- 3/5L 121-113
- 3/7W 118-114
- 3/10L 131-107
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Shaun Livingston, who won three NBA titles during his five seasons as a player with the Warriors, has returned to the organization as director of player affairs and engagement.
Leandro Barbosa, the former longtime NBA guard who had been playing in Brazil, will rejoin the Warriors as a player-mentor coach.
Djokovic was ousted from the US Open for breaking a rule. He's not the only player to have refs and rule-breaking change a championship. Some such as French soccer player Zinedine Zidane deserved it. Others like Clemson's James Skalski might have a gripe.
After discussing James Harden's confusing playoffs narrative, Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kirk Goldsberry react to breaking news of the Nets' hiring of Steve Nash as head coach. Plus, Kirk gets heated about shooting fouls and the crew wonders if Giannis and the Bucks are just a regular-season team now that they're down 2-0 to the Heat.
Wizards District Gaming, powered by former No. 1 overall pick John "JBM" Mascone, upset Raptors Uprising in the semifinals and came back in the finals against Warriors Gaming Squad.
Clifford Robinson, who spent 18 seasons in the NBA with the Trail Blazers, Suns, Pistons, Warriors and Nets, has died at the age of 53, UConn confirmed Saturday.
There are famous college mascots. There's Boujee -- JuJu Smith-Schuster's famous dog. There are dogs on grass, ice and the court.
Michael Wilbon and Frank Isola discuss Houston's impressive bubble stretch, the Warriors' plans with the No. 2 pick, the postponed Subway Series, and bounce-back wins for the Bucks and Lakers.
Warriors president Rick Welts apologized to Masai Ujiri, saying he was deeply affected by recently released video of an altercation his Raptors counterpart had with a deputy sheriff after the clinching game of the 2019 Finals in Oakland.
The panel reacts to the Lakers win evening up the series with the Trail Blazers, previewing game three of that series and the Rockets-Thunder series. Jay Bilas joins the show reacting to the draft lottery, and Bam Adebayo joins discussing his improvement this year and the Heat's ceiling in the playoffs. Plus more NBA topics!
Dan, Mina Kimes and Pablo Torre discuss Game 2 wins for the Bucks and Lakers, the Warriors getting the No. 2 pick, the Thom Brennaman incident and more.
After watching the Lakers even the series against Portland, Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon try to make sense of the West's top seed. The crew also discusses Houston's impressive run (20:09), the Mavericks' chances against the Clippers (28:40) and Thursday night's draft lottery (35:20).
Minnesota won the NBA draft lottery on Thursday, with Golden State, Charlotte and Chicago rounding out the top four.
Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics
ESPN's draft model projects the RPM of each player's 4th season based on scout's rankings, adjusted college and international stats, and AAU stats. Top 14 for the 2020 draft:
'We are not coming into it like we are looking up to dudes'