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2020 Schedule
44-28, 2nd in Northwest

The Jump: Who won free agency between the Lakers and Clippers?

Rachel Nichols, Kendrick Perkins, Zach Lowe and Jackie MacMullan sort through all the winners and losers from free agency this weekend. PLUS we discuss the max extensions from the 2017 draft class: Jayson Tatum, De'Aaron Fox, Donovan Mitchell BUT no Bam Adebayo yet.


The Hoop Collective: Free Agency Winners And Losers

As the NBA world waits to know more about the future of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Brian Windhorst, Ramona Shelburne and Tim Bontemps discuss the flurry of roster moves made over the past few days and how they may alter the landscape of the 2020-21 season.

Mitchell celebrates big extension by jumping in pool (0:22)
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3dAdrian Wojnarowski

Mitchell, Jazz agree to deal worth up to $195M

All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell has agreed to a five-year designated rookie max extension worth up to $195 million, his agents Ty Sullivan and Austin Brown of CAA Sports told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

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Jazz agree to keep Clarkson, bring back Favors

Jordan Clarkson will stay with the Utah Jazz after agreeing to a four-year, $52 million deal, while Derrick Favors agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal.


The Hoop Collective: Latest NBA Deals

As we inch closer to the official start of NBA free agency, Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kevin Pelton discuss landing spots for Gordon Hayward, the Bucks' attempts to appeal to Giannis Antetokounmpo and the latest in James Harden's showdown with the Rockets.

Elijah Hughes' NBA draft profile (1:29)
Udoka Azubuike's NBA draft profile (1:06)

Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider 

The Utah Jazz have agreed to trade C Tony Bradley and the 38th pick to the Detroit Pistons for future considerations, sources tell ESPN.

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7dAdrian Wojnarowski

Knicks move up, acquire No. 23 pick from Jazz

The Knicks now hold the No. 8 and No. 23 picks in Wednesday's NBA draft, acquiring the latter selection from the Jazz in exchange for the 27th and 38th picks.

Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider 

ESPN Sources: The New York Knicks are moving up in Wednesday's NBA Draft, acquiring the Utah Jazz's pick at No. 23 for the 27th and 38th picks tonight. Knicks are now picking at Nos. 8 and No. 23

The NBA's father-son fraternity (4:29)

The Hoop Collective: Morey to PHI & Stephen Silas To HOU

After a flood of news, Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Tim Bontemps speculate on Daryl Morey's potential plans for the 76ers and how James Harden will fit with new Rockets head coach Stephen Silas. Plus, the guys discuss the peculiar timing of the Jazz sale and what it means for the team's future.


ESPN's Tim MacMahon

ESPN NBA reporter Tim MacMahon on Daryl Morey's move to the 76ers, Stephen Silas' hiring in Houston, James Harden's future, a new Jazz owner, what's at stake for the NBA in restarting next season before Christmas, and much more.

Breaking down the significance of new Jazz ownership (1:02)
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28dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Jazz being sold in $1.66B agreement

An agreement has been reached for a majority interest in the Jazz to be sold to Qualtrics founder Ryan Smith, Gail Miller and the Miller family announced Wednesday. The sale price is more than $1.66 billion, sources told ESPN.

How Donovan Mitchell caught fire during the 2020 NBA playoffs (2:02)

The Hoop Collective: Stan Van Gundy Goes to New Orleans

After hiring Stan Van Gundy, can the Pelicans now contend in a crowded Western Conference? Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kirk Goldsberry debate. Plus, the guys discuss the Rockets' future post-Daryl Morey and how Ty Lue will fare as the Clippers' new coach.

The most memorable moments from the NBA bubble (2:14)
Mitchell using Game 7 loss to fuel him for next season (1:41)
A band of brothers built inside the NBA bubble (3:16)

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.318th
Rebounds Per Game44.913th
Assists Per Game22.426th
Points Allowed108.89th

Team History