Djokovic was ousted from the US Open for breaking a rule. He's not the only player to have refs and rule-breaking change a championship. Some such as French soccer player Zinedine Zidane deserved it. Others like Clemson's James Skalski might have a gripe.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/14L 128-103
- 1/17L 113-109
- 1/18L 118-116
- 1/20L 106-86
- 1/23L 124-112
- 1/25L 118-106
- 1/27W 115-100
- 1/28L 125-111
- 1/30L 115-109
- 2/1L 131-112
- 2/3L 139-134
- 2/5L 109-103
- 2/9L 133-92
- 2/12W 127-105
- 2/21W 113-108
- 2/22L 124-105
- 2/24W 125-119
- 2/26W 108-94
- 2/28L 116-104
- 2/29L 113-104
- 3/2L 126-113
- 3/4L 112-106
- 3/7W 104-102
- 3/8W 132-129
- 3/10L 108-103
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After discussing James Harden's confusing playoffs narrative, Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kirk Goldsberry react to breaking news of the Nets' hiring of Steve Nash as head coach. Plus, Kirk gets heated about shooting fouls and the crew wonders if Giannis and the Bucks are just a regular-season team now that they're down 2-0 to the Heat.
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.
Cleveland's three major professional sports franchises -- the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians -- are teaming up to fight social injustice.
There are famous college mascots. There's Boujee -- JuJu Smith-Schuster's famous dog. There are dogs on grass, ice and the court.
With the NBA set to resume on Thursday, Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon tackle some of the mysteries swirling around Zion Williamson, LeBron James and Damian Lillard, among others.
Tug of war was once an Olympic event. It's been 100 years since those glory days. If it were to come back, here are the would-be tuggers we'd want on the rope.
The NBA's MVP race is over. So is the battle for every other individual regular-season trophy.
Details are being discussed for a second bubble for the eight NBA teams not invited to Florida, and some teams continue to push for an alternative plan that would enable them to hold mini-camps within their local markets, sources told ESPN.
It was 10 years ago that LeBron James announced he was taking his talents to South Beach. The days around that moment forever changed the NBA.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to terms with free agent forward Jordan Bell on a two-year contract and signed two-way forward Dean Wade to a multiyear deal, a person familiar with the negotiations said Monday.
Ten years after "The Decision," Brian Windhorst, Kevin Arnovitz and Nick Friedell recount the unforgettable week that nearly ended with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh choosing the Chicago Bulls over the Miami Heat.
Ten years ago, on live television, LeBron James made his now infamous decision to leave Cleveland and "take his talents to South Beach." It was one of the most consequential, most awkward, and most divisive moments in sports media history. The long, draw
Ten years ago, on live television, LeBron James made his now infamous decision to leave Cleveland and "take his talents to South Beach." It was one of the most consequential, most awkward, and most divisive moments in sports media history. The long, drawn-out broadcast drew ire from Cavaliers fans - who felt their homegrown star had betrayed them - and also from casual observers who disliked the idea of an athlete wielding that level of influence. So how did "The Decision" actually come to be? Ahead of this Sunday's new episode of "Backstory," Don Van Natta takes us behind the production, introduces its key players, and examines how the event forever changed the way NBA stars interact with the public.
Andre Drummond says he will pick up his player option and stay with the Cavaliers another year.
Stugotz talks to Cavs center Andre Drummond about music, acting, who he's dunked on, who's dunked on him, and his best Stan Van Gundy stories. Plus, athletes and entertainers that connote an instrument.
Cavaliers forward Kevin Love has committed $500,000 through his foundation to his alma mater UCLA's psychology department.