The Lakers are champs again, but Sliwa looks ahead to the next season. ESPN's Brian Windhorst calls in and talks NBA headlines. Plus, there are rumored dates for the start of the 2021 season, but they may be sooner than you think.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 8/10W 124-121
- 8/13L 136-122
- 8/18L 100-93
- 8/20W 111-88
- 8/22W 116-108
- 8/24W 135-115
- 8/29W 131-122
- 9/4L 112-97
- 9/6W 117-109
- 9/8W 112-102
- 9/10W 110-100
- 9/12W 119-96
- 9/18W 126-114
- 9/20W 105-103
- 9/22L 114-106
- 9/24W 114-108
- 9/26W 117-107
- 9/30W 116-98
- 10/2W 124-114
- 10/4L 115-104
- 10/6W 102-96
- 10/9L 111-108
- 10/11W 106-93
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Spain and Fitz talk about the surprising hire of new White Sox manager Tony La Russa and Jeff Passan and Jason Goff join the show to weigh in on the move. Plus, Bobby Marks on the latest NBA news, what kind of punishment will MLB hand the Dodgers’ Justin Turner, are the Bucs the best team in the NFL and the Jets take you never knew you needed.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the White Sox bringing on Tony La Russa as their new manager, possible punishments for Justin Turner, concerns NBA players have with the late December season start date, and much more.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two wondering which championship means more for the city of LA, the Dodgers or Lakers? In other parts of the NBA world, the Rockets have hired Stephen Silas as their head coach, what does that mean for the roster? Adrian Wojnarowski joins the show to discuss that hire and Daryl Morey to Philly. Damien Woody joins the show to discuss who his MVP is and how big of an addition it is to have Antonio Brown on the Bucs.
After the Lakers won a 17th NBA title earlier this month and the Dodgers won the World Series for the first time since 1988 on Tuesday, the Rams are now receiving the message that they're on the hook to hit a trifecta for L.A.
Buster Olney joined the show to discuss the World Series. Plus, Jerry Jones sounds off on Audio Files.
It's not often that a sports city or metropolitan area follows up one title by also winning the next major sports championship awarded. Los Angeles has done it again.
The NBA champ discusses the importance of the Black vote and what accountability for police shootings would look like
Rachel Nichols, Matt Barnes and Zach Lowe discuss how NBA players will handle a the NBA staring in December. Should NBA move up the draft date? Then BS or Real Talk AND What if OKC never traded Harden?
We have a huuuugeeee Halloween candy debate that must be settled.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Bears' Monday Night Football stinker, tonight's Game 6 of the World Series, if LeBron James actually might not play if the season begins in December, and much more.
Max says he was wrong about Nick Foles and the Bears being Super Bowl contenders. The Rams are better than we thought Max wants to see Kershaw come out of the pen to win it in Game 7 Should Cam Newton be worried about being benched? Could LeBron sit the first month of the season to rest? Jerry Jones is the problem in Dallas AXE Max
Dan, Bomani and Israel question the state of the Cowboys and if the NBA should start around Christmas.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Danny Green expects veteran players to play fewer minutes and sit out more games if the NBA decides to begin the new season on Dec. 22 after a short offseason.
Stephen A, Max, and Jeff Saturday debate when the NBA should restart, if AB makes the Bucs the favorites and Stephen A. gives us his top 5 teams.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys cover the Cowboys' new chaos, Cam Newton playing for his career and if we will see LeBron on Christmas.
Doc continues in the Cedars-Sinai Studios and retells his thoughts about mentoring in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes Dr. Jason Cohen who talks about the mentoring program at Cedars-Sinai for future doctors. The Weekend Warrior Clinic re-opens for listeners.
Doc opens talking about the mentorship in sports, art and medicine. Doc uses the examples of Dionne Warwick, Whitney Houston, Phil Jackson, Red Holzman and his guest Dr. Jason Cohen. The Weekend Warrior Clinic opens for listeners.
Richard Jefferson HOSTING with Kendrick Perkins, Amin Elhassan and Brian Windhorst discussing the latest in the NBA.
The panel discusses the league moving towards starting next season around Christmas, with or without fans and more NBA topics. Plus, the crew plays a round of Jump Ball, Something-Nothing-Or Everything and the league's reaction to NBA 2K ratings.