The Lakers just won the title, but how is next season shaping up? Here's a way-too-early look at where the champs and all 30 teams stand ahead of 2020-21.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/21L 122-106
- 2/24W 115-113
- 2/26W 130-120
- 2/28W 136-125
- 2/29L 114-113
- 3/2L 130-107
- 3/4L 116-113
- 3/6W 132-118
- 3/8W 126-106
- 3/10W 120-115
- 7/31W 128-118
- 8/2W 132-116
- 8/4L 120-109
- 8/5L 109-99
- 8/7L 108-101
- 8/9L 122-119
- 8/11L 108-96
- 8/13W 133-127
- 8/18W 122-110
- 8/20L 111-96
- 8/22L 121-107
- 8/24L 121-106
- 8/29L 118-104
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On Wednesday, the Milwaukee Bucks sent shockwaves around the world when they did not take the floor for Game 5 against the Orlando Magic as an act of protest following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Shortly afterwards, the other two NBA playoff games slated for Wednesday were postponed - with each team's players refusing to play. From there, games across the WNBA, MLB, and MLS were postponed, as athletes everywhere expressed their solidarity. Later last night, NBA players met to discuss their next moves, and how to move forward together. Malika Andrews brings us the latest from the bubble on how things are playing out.
Players in the NBA, WNBA, MLB and MLS went from postgame pleas and posting on social media to boycotting games, hoping to build awareness and seeking social equality and justice. Here is a timeline.
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