With the NBA set to restart on July 30 in Orlando, after four months of coronavirus-enforced rest, there's plenty for fans of African players to get excited about.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/18L 124-115
- 1/20L 112-107
- 1/22W 121-105
- 1/24W 131-124
- 1/26L 117-110
- 1/27W 126-117
- 1/29L 125-112
- 1/31W 128-121
- 2/2W 117-109
- 2/4W 125-110
- 2/6W 121-111
- 2/7L 127-91
- 2/9L 114-113
- 2/11W 116-105
- 2/20W 135-105
- 2/22W 120-110
- 2/24W 123-112
- 2/26W 140-112
- 2/29W 111-110
- 3/2L 125-123
- 3/5L 120-105
- 3/7L 108-99
- 3/8L 126-106
- 3/10W 117-111
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Zach and John Hollinger of The Athletic play the second edition of "So, Where the Hell Were We?" starring the Sixers, Heat and Rockets.
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Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider
Houston Rockets F Thabo Sefolosha is opting-out of NBA's Orlando restart, sources tell ESPN.
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