The Heat have closed their training facility after a second player tested positive for the coronavirus, a source told ESPN. The team will not reopen the gym for workouts before leaving for the restart of the season in Orlando.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/19L 107-102
- 1/20W 118-113
- 1/22W 134-129
- 1/24L 122-117
- 1/27W 113-92
- 1/28L 109-101
- 2/1W 102-89
- 2/3W 137-106
- 2/5L 128-111
- 2/7L 105-97
- 2/9L 115-109
- 2/10W 113-101
- 2/12L 116-101
- 2/20L 129-124
- 2/22W 124-105
- 2/24L 125-119
- 2/26L 129-126
- 2/28W 126-118
- 2/29W 116-113
- 3/2W 105-89
- 3/4W 116-113
- 3/6L 110-104
- 3/8W 100-89
- 3/11L 109-98
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Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Chiney Ogwumike react to the latest around the return to play. Plus segments with Kenny Smith, and Malika Andrews from the bubble in Orlando.
The panel discusses the latest from the Clippers closing their facility, the future of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert's relationship plus segments with Kenny Smith and a live report from Malika Andrews in the Orlando bubble.
Zach and John Hollinger of The Athletic play the second edition of "So, Where the Hell Were We?" starring the Sixers, Heat and Rockets.
Our experts break down the fallout from LeBron's Decision, the 2010-11 MVP vote and his legacy in Miami.
On the 10th anniversary of The Decision, Kirk Goldsberry breaks down how LeBron James mastered efficiency as the leader of Miami's Big 3.
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It was 10 years ago that LeBron James announced he was taking his talents to South Beach. The days around that moment forever changed the NBA.
Ten years after "The Decision," Brian Windhorst, Kevin Arnovitz and Nick Friedell recount the unforgettable week that nearly ended with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh choosing the Chicago Bulls over the Miami Heat.
An upcoming episode of Backstory confirms that the idea behind ESPN's The Decision show came not from LeBron James but from a fan identified only as "Drew" in a 2009 Bill Simmons mailbag column.
The schedule for the NBA's restart is set. Here are the must-watch games as teams push for the postseason.
Ten years ago, on live television, LeBron James made his now infamous decision to leave Cleveland and "take his talents to South Beach." It was one of the most consequential, most awkward, and most divisive moments in sports media history. The long, drawn-out broadcast drew ire from Cavaliers fans - who felt their homegrown star had betrayed them - and also from casual observers who disliked the idea of an athlete wielding that level of influence. So how did "The Decision" actually come to be? Ahead of this Sunday's new episode of "Backstory," Don Van Natta takes us behind the production, introduces its key players, and examines how the event forever changed the way NBA stars interact with the public.
Jimmy Butler was among several Heat players who opened up during Friday's online town hall and shared their experiences with racism.
With some players openly expressing their concerns with the NBA's return plans, Brian Windhorst, Tim Bontemps and Dave McMenamin talk about the impact of such comments and how they will be received around the league. Plus, the guys discuss players they're excited to watch next month (27:07) and how winning a championship this season would affect LeBron's legacy (35:05).