With the NBA set to restart on July 30 in Orlando, after four months of coronavirus-enforced rest, there's plenty for fans of African players to get excited about.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/14W 128-102
- 1/16W 128-123
- 1/18W 117-97
- 1/20W 111-98
- 1/24W 116-103
- 1/28W 151-131
- 1/31L 127-115
- 2/2W 129-108
- 2/4W 120-108
- 2/6W 112-101
- 2/8W 111-95
- 2/10W 123-111
- 2/12L 118-111
- 2/20W 126-106
- 2/22W 119-98
- 2/24W 137-134
- 2/25W 108-97
- 2/28W 133-86
- 3/1W 93-85
- 3/2L 105-89
- 3/4W 119-100
- 3/6L 113-103
- 3/8L 140-131
- 3/9L 109-95
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Giannis Antetokounmpo, citing worse struggles in his past, won't complain about the living conditions in the Orlando bubble.
Which NBA players are ready to take advantage of the spotlight in the bubble for each franchise?
Live from the NBA bubble, Malika Andrews discusses her observations of practices and social gatherings, and whether players are adhering to the proper safety protocols. Bobby Marks and Tim Bontemps also join Brian Windhorst to talk about the lack of transparency concerning several star players' absences from the bubble (21:23). Plus, the guys wonder if we should be concerned about positive COVID-19 tests in the MLS (15:03) and also take an early look at next season's calendar (36:35).
For Kyle Korver, choosing "Black Lives Matter" as a social justice message to use on the back of his Milwaukee Bucks jersey was easy because he has been outspoken on white privilege.
Get an inside look at NBA players' arrivals, hotel-room setups and practice courts as teams make their way into the Disney bubble.
Zach plays "So, Where The Hell Were We?" about the Raptors with Eric Koreen of The Athletic; and the Bucks and Jazz with ESPN's Kevin Pelton and Tim MacMahon.
Brian Windhorst, Kendrick Perkins and Amin Elhassan discuss the latest news around the return to play.
The panel reacts to Bradley Beal, Spencer Dinwiddie and Dwight Howard's decisions on playing in Orlando. Plus, what player is most worthy of a Mahomes style 10 year contract? They react to Joel Embiid's comments about returning to play and more NBA topics.
All 22 teams face big questions ahead of training camp, which begins this week in Orlando, Florida.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings shut down their practice facilities Sunday, sources told ESPN, after receiving the results of a recent round of testing for the coronavirus.
San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan says some of the NBA's health and safety rules for the bubble are "frustrating and overwhelming."
ESPN’s Malika Andrews and Bobby Marks join The Woj Pod to discuss the Orlando restart, including the Lakers, Clippers and Bucks championship aspirations, the 76ers leadership, the Nets future and much more.
First Take 1st Hour: Will this NBA champion be legitimate? Can Cam succeed in NE? Will Dan Snyder change the Redskins name?
Stephen A. & Max debate if this year's NBA champion will have an asterisk, react to some New England radio talk about Cam Newton, and discuss if Dan Snyder will change the name of the Redskins.
On Wednesday's ENN, the guys discuss the details of the NBA's return to Orlando, and Giannis saying this will be the toughest championship to win ever. Plus, what Stephen A thinks will be a big issue in the Orlando bubble, and a discussion about Bobby Bonilla Day.
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo says the irregularity of the NBA sesaon will mean "this is gonna be the toughest championship you could ever win."