A meeting with the Toronto Raptors helped reshape Max Holloway's professional outlook by narrowing his focus to a singular subject: fighting.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/17W 140-111
- 1/18W 122-112
- 1/20W 122-117
- 1/22W 107-95
- 1/24W 118-112
- 1/26W 110-106
- 1/28W 130-114
- 1/30W 115-109
- 1/31W 105-92
- 2/2W 129-102
- 2/5W 119-118
- 2/7W 115-106
- 2/8W 119-118
- 2/10W 137-126
- 2/12L 101-91
- 2/21W 118-101
- 2/23W 127-81
- 2/25L 108-97
- 2/28L 99-96
- 3/1L 133-118
- 3/3W 123-114
- 3/5W 121-113
- 3/8W 118-113
- 3/9W 101-92
- 8/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
Get an inside look at NBA players' arrivals, hotel-room setups and practice courts as teams make their way into the Disney bubble.
Zach plays "So, Where The Hell Were We?" about the Raptors with Eric Koreen of The Athletic; and the Bucks and Jazz with ESPN's Kevin Pelton and Tim MacMahon.
Zach talks to Chris Bosh about his playoff runs in Miami, his early days in Toronto, his new newsletter "The Last Chip," guarding Tim Duncan, much more.
The panel reacts to players disappointment with the NBA's list of jersey messages, more teams shutting down practice facilities, the Celtics title potential and more NBA topics.
After entering the NBA bubble, Malika Andrews joins Brian Windhorst and Royce Young to detail her experience thus far. Plus, the crew discusses how teams' playoff standing could impact some player decisions regarding opting in or out of playing at Disney World (41:00).
All 22 teams face big questions ahead of training camp, which begins this week in Orlando, Florida.
Serge Ibaka said the Raptors, who arrived in Florida last week, are mentally ready to defend their title when the NBA season resumes later this month.
The guys talk about the NFL changes to the preseason slate and the future for Chiefs DT Chris Jones. They also talk with Raptors Head Coach Nick Nurse about the NBA bubble before getting a halftime speech from ASU Football Coach Herm Edwards and much more.
The guys talk with Toronto Raptors Head Coach Nick Nurse on the difficulties of restarting the NBA season, Cam Newton's prospects in New England and much more.
Toronto Raptors guard Fred VanVleet said it was difficult to decide whether to take part in the NBA restart its season amid the coronavirus pandemic and protests for social justice.
The NBA's only Canadian team has already begun the isolation process in Florida as the defending champs get ready for next month's season restart.
The schedule for the NBA's restart is set. Here are the must-watch games as teams push for the postseason.
Vince Carter says he is officially retiring after 22 seasons in the NBA.
The Toronto Raptors arrived in southwest Florida on Monday, set to begin their preparations for next month's restart of the NBA season.
NBA Hall of Famer Wayne Embry, who was the first African American to become a general manager in pro sports, believes players should use their voices by continuing to play during the current protests while supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri joins The Woj Pod to discuss the NBA's restart in Orlando, his global perspective on America and race, solutions for so few black executives in the NBA, how President Obama and Prime Minister Trudeau impact his thinking and how that Raptors championship impacted his life.
On the anniversary of the Raptors' first NBA title, we go inside the deal GM Masai Ujiri couldn't turn down: Kawhi Leonard to Toronto.
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