2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/25W 124-122
- 2/27W 112-108
- 2/28L 133-86
- 3/3L 109-94
- 3/4W 114-107
- 3/6W 126-103
- 3/8W 105-104
- 8/1W 110-94
- 8/3L 121-113
- 8/5W 105-86
- 8/7L 121-92
- 8/9W 121-103
- 8/10L 128-101
- 8/12W 116-115
- 8/14L 107-103
- 8/18L 123-108
- 8/20L 111-98
- 8/22W 119-107
- 8/24W 117-114
- 8/29L 114-80
- 8/31W 104-100
- 9/2L 104-102
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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the ACC's strange NCAA Tournament proposition, if they believe Giannis Antetokounmpo will seek a trade from Milwaukee, what's next for Billy Donovan and much more.
First Take hour 2: how the Rockets can compete with the Lakers, are the Packers super bowl contenders and more!
Stephen A., Max, Ryan Clark and Kendrick Perkins debate how the Rockets can compete with the Lakers how impressed we should be by the Heat and if the Packers are Super Bowl contenders.
The guys discuss another tough loss for the Yankees and how Billy Donovan leaving Oklahoma City could impact the Eastern Conference.
Alan thinks the Thunder and Billy Donovan parting ways will have a big impact on the Eastern Conference. Plus, Nets welcome head coach Steve Nash on Audio Files.
Coach Billy Donovan won't be returning to the Thunder next season, it was announced on Tuesday.
Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider
ESPN Sources: Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan won't be returning to the Thunder next season. Donovan's contract expired at season's end and the sides have decided against pursuing an extension.
Brian Windhorst, Bobby Marks and Royce Young break down Russell Westbrook's Game 2 shooting struggles and the Lakers' improved overall team effort. Plus, as Milwaukee's season hangs in the balance, the crew discusses the near future for Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the hiring of Steve Nash, the Rockets' advancing past the Thunder, Leonard Fournette signing with the Buccaneers and Milwaukee's 2-0 deficit to Miami. Plus, a tribute to the late Tom Seaver.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss unbelievable endings to Thunder-Rockets and Bucks-Heat. Plus, they break down Brooklyn's surprise hiring of Steve Nash and tonight's Raptors-Celtics matchup.
Elle, Mina and Bomani question if James Harden still choked last night and if the refs ruined the Heat’s win over the Bucks.
First Take hour 1: Nets hire Steve Nash to be their next head coach, James harden comes up big in game 7 with defense and more!
Stephen A, and Max debate if Steve Nash was a good hire for the Nets, how we should feel about the Rockets and if the Buccaneers are more likely to make the Super Bowl or miss the playoffs.
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.
Jason reacts to the Buccaneers signing Leonard Fournette and he questions why Scott Foster was the referee for Rockets/Thunder
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show discussing the awful calls we saw in the NBA last night that cost the top seed a game. Also, James Harden steps up on...defense. Kimberly A. Martin joins the show to shed light on the Washington Football situation, and Leonard Fournette joining the Bucs.
Scott Van Pelt on Chris Paul and the Thunder falling to the Rockets.
OKC was supposed to hold an offseason fire sale. Instead, Chris Paul orchestrated one of the league's biggest surprises and set the table for the franchise's future.
Points Per Game110.421st
Rebounds Per Game42.923rd
Assists Per Game21.728th