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
- 2/23W 107-104
- 2/25L 118-106
- 2/27L 106-100
- 2/29L 129-117
- 3/2W 130-107
- 3/4W 125-104
- 3/6L 127-117
- 3/7L 123-111
- 3/10W 121-105
- 7/31W 140-135
- 8/2L 128-124
- 8/4W 110-102
- 8/6W 125-115
- 8/8L 122-117
- 8/9W 124-121
- 8/11W 134-131
- 8/13W 134-133
- 8/15W 126-122
- 8/18W 100-93
- 8/20L 111-88
- 8/22L 116-108
- 8/24L 135-115
- 8/29L 131-122
- Full Schedule
Keep That Same Energy, Denver! How Nuggets fans slighted one of the greatest to ever play in their organization. Plus, can Bama still win if Sabam isn't on the sidelines?
Doc continues in the Cedars-Sinai Studios and retells his thoughts about the breaking point in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes Dr. Max Michalski who talks about the Jones Fracture that many basketball players get along with other foot injuries like the one to the Miami Heat's Goran Dragic. The Weekend Warrior Clinic re-opens for listeners.
To infinity and then to your favorite sneaker app. Lillard's latest sneakers look like Buzz's space ranger uniform and are Andy approved.
Blazers forward Trevor Ariza was issued a temporary restraining order Wednesday keeping him away from his 12-year-old son after the boy's mother alleged Ariza abused him.
The guys look back on a roller coaster weekend for the Yankees and Mets in the Subway Series. Plus, Carmelo Anthony discusses his future on Audio Files.
The Jamal Murray-Donovan Mitchell fireworks show has Brian Windhorst, Dave McMenamin and Tim Bontemps buzzing about the Western Conference playoffs. They discuss Marcus Morris' antics against the Mavericks, Dallas' future and why the Lakers' title hopes rests on Anthony Davis. Plus, can the Heat upset the East's top-seeded Bucks?
Carmelo Anthony said after the Blazers' season-ending loss to the Lakers on Saturday night that he expects to "be right back in the fray of things when next season comes," adding, "I pray that it can be Portland, I think I found a home in Portland."
Damian Lillard wouldn't join the bubble unless Portland had a shot. With their superstar guard, the Trail Blazers will always have one.
LeBron James had 36 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists and the Los Angeles Lakers advanced to the Western Conference semifinals, beating the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers 131-122 in Game 5 on Saturday night.
Clifford Robinson, who spent 18 seasons in the NBA with the Trail Blazers, Suns, Pistons, Warriors and Nets, has died at the age of 53, UConn confirmed Saturday.
Now that it's clear the 2020 NBA season will continue, Brian Windhorst, Ramona Shelburne and The Undefeated's Marc J. Spears discuss why the majority of players want to keep playing, as well as how players and owners can keep pushing for social justice.
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.
Blazers star Damian Lillard, who wasn't slated to play in Wednesday's Game 5 because of his sprained knee, is leaving the NBA's bubble to have his injury examined in Portland.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon react to the breaking news about the postponement of tonight's NBA playoffs games due to boycotts of the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.