Malik Beasley and the Minnesota Timberwolves have reached agreement on a four-year deal worth $60 million.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/15L 104-99
- 1/17L 116-114
- 1/18L 122-112
- 1/20L 107-100
- 1/22L 117-110
- 1/24L 131-124
- 1/25L 113-104
- 1/27L 133-129
- 2/1L 118-106
- 2/3L 113-109
- 2/5L 127-120
- 2/8W 142-115
- 2/10L 137-126
- 2/12L 115-108
- 2/21L 127-117
- 2/23L 128-116
- 2/24L 139-123
- 2/26W 129-126
- 2/28L 136-125
- 3/1L 111-91
- 3/3W 139-134
- 3/4W 115-108
- 3/6L 132-118
- 3/8L 120-107
- 3/10L 117-111
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The Timberwolves took Georgia's Anthony Edwards with the No. 1 pick in Wednesday's NBA draft. James Wiseman went second to the Warriors, and LaMelo Ball went third to the Hornets.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the winners and losers from the NBA Draft and the impact of Klay Thompson’s injury.
Treavor Scales chats with former WNBA first overall pick Chiney Ogwumike about what it's like to have the pressure of a franchise on your shoulders being the first pick in a draft. Chiney also breaks down her thoughts on the first two picks in the NBA draft, Anthony Edwards and James Wiseman.
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Minnesota is acquiring Oklahoma City's Ricky Rubio, the 25th and 28th picks for a package that includes the No. 17 pick, sources tell ESPN.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss tonight's NBA Draft, the uncertainty of the college basketball season, the Rockets preparing for a standoff with James Harden, and much more.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss tonight's NBA Draft, the Giants' firing of their offensive line coach, Russell Wilson's turnover woes, and much more.
Anthony Edwards has become the betting favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft, according to Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill.
Tonight, in a studio in Bristol, Connecticut, the 2020 NBA Draft will (finally) unfold. After a five month postponement, tonight’s draft will no doubt look different from drafts past: no cheering fans or players shaking the commissioner’s hand on stage. But with top prospects Lamelo Ball, James Wiseman, and Anthony Edwards all still in play for the number one pick, and players still donning their finest suits over Zoom, there will be no shortage of entertainment. ESPN’s Mike Schmitz, who scouts draft prospects around the globe, tells us what to expect from the top three picks -- Minnesota, Golden State, and Charlotte -- and shares which prospects will have an immediate impact on the league. Then, Pablo shares the story of a racing pigeon who was sold at auction for a record *beaking* $1.9 million.
LaMelo Ball, when asked why he thinks he should go No. 1 in Wednesday's NBA draft, said simply: "I feel like I'm born for this."
Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Kendrick Perkins discuss the Bucks going all-in this season with some big trades. Are they the team to beat? Timberwolves President Gersson Rosas joins to talk about the #1 pick. Top prospect LaMelo Ball joins the show, AND Mike Schmitz gives some lottery pick projections one day before the draft.
Saying he'd be eager to play for "whatever team that picks" him, James Wiseman on Monday said he's only worked out for the Warriors and Hornets so far, not the Timberwolves, who have the No. 1 pick.
What's the vibe inside the Minnesota draft room? Here's how the Timberwolves are navigating the days before a franchise-altering decision.
Projected No. 1 pick LaMelo Ball granted his first private workout to the Wolves on Wednesday, sources said.
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Projected no. 1 pick LaMelo Ball conducted an individual workout in Southern California today with the Minnesota Timberwolves, owners of the no. 1 pick, a source told ESPN.
Rachel Nichols, Jorge Sedano and Brian Windhorst discuss, if the NBA should make the 72-game season permanent. What games do we want to see on Christmas Day. Should the T-Wolves take James Wiseman with the first pick? Is LaMelo Ball the best player in this draft? AND the Giannis-Bucks supermax discussion is looming.
In an emotional video, Wolves star Karl-Anthony Towns detailed having to "pull the plug" on his mother, Jackie Cruz-Towns, who died in April of complications from COVID-19.
Brian Windhorst welcomes ESPN NBA Draft experts Jonathan Givony and Mike Schmitz to make sense of a class filled with question marks entering the draft under unique circumstances.