2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
48-24, 2nd in Atlantic

Hour 4: Lakers Lookahead

Keyshawn Johnson and Zubin Mehenti finish the last hour of the show with Jay Williams jumping on after a long night. Are the Celtics heading down a path that the Sixers are currently on? Could they implode? Dave McMenamin joins the show to discuss the matchup between the Lakers and Nuggets. How will the series play out? Will the Lakers double Jamal Murray the same way they did James Harden?


Hour 2: Celtics Feeling the Heat

Keyshawn Johnson and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two wondering what will happen with the Celtics moving forward if they lose another Conference Final. Could the Celtics turn into the Sixers in terms of disappointment? Kendrick Perkins joins the show to discuss what he saw in the game last night and what could happen with the Celtics. Bart Scott joins the show to give us some insight on the New York football teams and some choice words for Saquon Barkley.

Perkins blasts Celtics after Game 2 loss (1:23)
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10hTim Bontemps

Celtics downplay locker room angst after loss

Celtics guard Marcus Smart could be heard yelling at his teammates in the locker room following Thursday night's loss to the Heat, according to ESPN's Malika Andrews. After the game, players and coach Brad Stevens tried to downplay the situation.

Smart extremely fiery in locker room after Game 2 loss to Heat (0:56)
Heat overcome 13-point halftime deficit to go up 2-0 on Celtics (1:58)
Brown misses great look at game-tying 3 (0:30)

Comeback Heat do it again, rally past Celtics for 2-0 lead

Goran Dragic scored 25 points, Bam Adebayo led a big third-quarter rally to finish with 21, and the Miami Heat pulled off another comeback to beat the Boston Celtics 106-101 and take a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference finals Thursday night.

Brown outrebounds two Heat defenders, scores with layup (0:22)
Bam's defense leads to his alley-oop on the other end (0:33)
Tatum draws contact and sinks and-1 floater (0:23)
Kemba exploits mismatch on Bam with step-back jumper (0:24)
Tatum Eurosteps by Iguodala for layup (0:19)

PTI: U.S. Open Day 1

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss this week's U.S. Open, tonight's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the relationship between Bruce Arians and Tom Brady and much more.


ATH: Browns/Bengals On Thursday Night Football

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss what's at stake for Baker Mayfield and the Browns against the Bengals tonight, Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, Mike D'Antoni's next destination and much more.


Spain and Fitz Hour 1 Hour 1: Big 10 Football coming back

Jason & Sarah discuss the return of Big Ten football & talk to two players about the decision. Plus, who should get most of the blame for the Clippers’ collapse & why aren’t the Nuggets getting more love? Nick Friedell joins #HiFraand & talks Conference Final match-ups, plus Jason & Sarah argue about whether bands should play songs differently live or stick to the album version. And: The Demon Spawn of Jeff Passan.


DC & Helwani: Adesanya, Blachowicz & Goran Dragic

Undefeated UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya joins Ariel ahead of his long-awaited showdown with Paulo Costa at UFC 253. The Last Stylebender tells us why the “energies” between he and “The Eraser” don’t mix and delivers a message to the critics who still believe he is “all hype” (8:38). Then, UFC light heavyweight Jan Blachowicz reflects on his long journey to a title fight against Dominick Reyes in the UFC 253 co-main event. And just one day after dropping a team-high 29-points in Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, Heat guard Goran Dragic talks Miami’s playoff run and drops MMA knowledge about next month’s Khabib Nurmagomedov-Justin Gaethje main event, his dream MMA fight, and much more. But first, Ariel sets the stage for Saturday’s stacked UFC Fight Night card, headlined by the long-awaited welterweight showdown between Colby Covington and Tyron Woodley.

How the Celtics and Heat reached the East Finals (2:12)

Team Stats

Points Per Game113.79th
Rebounds Per Game46.18th
Assists Per Game23.025th
Points Allowed107.32nd

Team History