Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Tim Bontemps discuss hypothetical offseason trade scenarios involving four players: Chris Paul, Victor Oladipo, Jrue Holiday and Bradley Beal.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 8/6L 125-115
- 8/8W 134-132
- 8/10L 124-121
- 8/12L 124-111
- 8/14L 117-109
- 8/17W 135-125
- 8/19L 124-105
- 8/21L 124-87
- 8/23L 129-127
- 8/25W 117-107
- 8/30W 119-107
- 9/1W 80-78
- 9/3L 120-97
- 9/5W 110-101
- 9/7L 113-107
- 9/9L 96-85
- 9/11W 111-105
- 9/13W 111-98
- 9/15W 104-89
- 9/18L 126-114
- 9/20L 105-103
- 9/22W 114-106
- 9/24L 114-108
- 9/26L 117-107
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Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the Lakers' Game 4 win over Denver, the first weekend of SEC football, exciting games in Week 3 of the NFL and much more.
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Max explains why LeBron has won him over. Likes the Nuggets to win game 5 since they're 6-0 in elimination games. NFL Point Spreads. Max likes the Rams and Coach McVay. Last Take; The Celtics need Kemba Walker to step up.
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Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Brian Windhorst react to the latest from the NBA playoffs in Orlando.
The panel reacts to the Lakers taking a 3-1 lead over the Nuggets....! Preview of the ECF Game 5, and The Jump premiere's Travis Scott's latest music video "Franchise" filmed at Michael Jordan's house. Also, the debut segment of "Where in the world is Windy," where Brian delivers the latest info on head coaching vacancies around the league and more NBA topics.