Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Tyler Herro's breakout game, the Lakers complaints about the officiating of LeBron James, today's news that the Pac-12 will play and much more.
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- 3/8W 100-89
- 3/11L 109-98
- 8/1W 125-105
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- 8/4W 112-106
- 8/6L 130-116
- 8/8L 119-112
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- 8/12L 116-115
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- 8/22W 124-115
- 8/24W 99-87
- 8/31W 115-104
- 9/2W 116-114
- 9/4W 115-100
- 9/6L 118-115
- 9/8W 103-94
- 9/15W 117-114
- 9/17W 106-101
- 9/19L 117-106
- 9/23W 112-109
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Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Tyler Herro's huge game last night, tonight's Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals, Dolphins-Jaguars and much more.
On the heels of Tyler Herro's huge night in the Eastern Conference Finals, his college coach, John Calipari, joins to discuss that as well as the emergence of some of his other former players as well.
Reaction to Tyler Herro showing up and showing out for the Heat in game 4. Plus, a Pro Football Hall of Famer joins us!
Max admits he's Rich, Handsome, on TV and Radio but still finds a way to complain every single day!!!! As good as the Heat are, they're built for the future. Max and Carl Douglas discuss the Breonna Taylor case. Field Yates feels Cam Newton could be the Fantasy Football MVP. Odell is not working in Cleveland
Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Vince Carter react to the latest from the NBA Playoffs in the bubble.
The panel reacts to the Heat taking a 3-1 lead over the Celtics lead by Tyler Herro's 37 point night! Kentucky coach John Calipari joins the show to discuss his players success in the NBA Playoffs, the NCAA season and Breonna Taylor. Plus, Malika Andrews comes on the show to discuss the NBA community's reaction to the Breonna Taylor desicion.
Dan, Israel and Pablo discuss Tyler Herro’s sensational playoff performance last night for the Heat and preview Lakers-Nuggets.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Thursday that star big man Bam Adebayo is good to go for Friday's potential closeout Game 5 against the Celtics.
Rookie guard Tyler Herro poured in a career-high 37 points Wednesday to lead the Heat to a Game 4 victory and 3-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference finals. Nobody who has been around him all season was surprised.
(Chris Herring, senior sportswriter): Game 4 of the Celtics-Heat Eastern Conference finals went pretty much as we expected it to: With Boston's...
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss Tyler Herro's epic performance, Anthony Davis' mindset for Game 4, is Russell Wilson the real MVP, Bill Belichick's disheveled new look and Nelly's modified Jordan's. Plus, reaction to the grand jury decision on Breonna Taylor.
Can you believe the Miami Heat are one win away from the NBA Finals? What a performance from Tyler Herro last night! How bad has Carson Wentz been so far? What will it take for the Dolphins to turn to Tua? There's no doubt that Tyrod Taylor has suffered some bad luck... but Greeny says it's time for Justin Herbert. Plus, Greeny explains why the postponing of Notre Dame/Wake Forest is a big deal.
Stephen A, Max, and Damien Woody debate if the Celtics/Heat series is over, how feel about the Breonna Taylor news and how concerned to be about the Eagles.
The Miami Heat rookie on why he chose to put those words above his name
Scott opens taking about Tyler Herro's lights out game, as the Heat go up 3-1 over the Celtics; also the Breonna Taylor protests in Louisville. Scott builds his case for Laker fans not to panic against the scrappy Nuggets... ESPN's Dave McMenamin calls in from The Bubble talking the matchups in the Lakers Nuggets series and what the Purple and Gold better watch out for. Caller give their opinions on the Lakers Nuggets series.
Tyler Herro's breakout performance has Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Ohm Youngmisuk singing the praises of the confident rookie and #HeatCulture after Miami's gutsy Game 4 win over Boston. Plus, the crew discusses Jamal Murray's emerging stardom and the need for a big LeBron game in the Western Conference Finals.
The Miami Heat got a superstar performance from Tyler Herro and now find themselves on the doorstep of playing for a title.
The youngest player on the floor helped the Miami Heat move a game away from the NBA Finals.