2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/18W 123-101
- 1/20W 118-88
- 1/22W 129-96
- 1/25W 112-107
- 1/27L 126-117
- 1/29L 127-120
- 1/30L 106-100
- 2/1L 124-107
- 2/5L 98-95
- 2/7W 117-114
- 2/9W 114-113
- 2/10W 123-119
- 2/12W 116-101
- 2/21L 113-104
- 2/22L 120-110
- 2/24L 131-111
- 2/26L 114-103
- 2/28W 129-119
- 3/2W 126-113
- 3/4W 112-104
- 3/6W 99-94
- 3/7W 111-105
- 3/9L 101-92
- 7/30h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Becoming the poster boys for the NBA's coronavirus shutdown wasn't the beginning of tensions between Utah's All-Star duo.
All 22 teams face big questions ahead of training camp, which begins this week in Orlando, Florida.
Jazz center Rudy Gobert had to overcome public shaming after becoming the first NBA player to test positive for coronavirus. He says it was a challenge.
Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Chiney Ogwumike react to the latest around the return to play. Plus segments with Kenny Smith, and Malika Andrews from the bubble in Orlando.
The panel discusses the latest from the Clippers closing their facility, the future of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert's relationship plus segments with Kenny Smith and a live report from Malika Andrews in the Orlando bubble.
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell can now smile and admit, "It's been a long few months for me."
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo says the irregularity of the NBA sesaon will mean "this is gonna be the toughest championship you could ever win."
Jazz center Rudy Gobert recently told French newspaper L'Equipe that his sense of taste has returned, but his sense of smell is "still not 100%" three months after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The schedule for the NBA's restart is set. Here are the must-watch games as teams push for the postseason.
Several of the NBA's top young stars had a Friday call with Players Association officials about the possibility of league-financed insurance policies to protect against career-threatening injuries in the bubble restart in Orlando, sources tell ESPN.
Get ready for the NBA's return with the biggest questions, stats and storylines to know for every team headed to Orlando in July.
While the NBA players await the protocol that outlines the rules and regulations of life inside the bubble, Brian Windhorst, Bobby Marks and Disney aficionado Royce Young discuss what questions remain and how challenging life down in Orlando could be.
The NBA is finally set to return in July, and players and owners have agreed on a format for the comeback. But which teams actually stand to benefit from the standings, what's the fate of those facing play-in games, and where does the draft lottery come into play? ESPN basketball insider Zach Lowe (and host of "The Lowe Post" podcast) explains what's at stake in the East and West. Plus, which bubble teams could make it in, and whether this year's NBA champion deserves an asterisk due to the weirdness of the season.
Atlanta's Lloyd Pierce and Utah's Quin Snyder join The Woj Pod to discuss the NBA coach's association response and plan of action in the wake of continued racial injustices, Pierce's leadership in the civil rights bastion of Atlanta, Snyder on the responsibility of white coaches to impact change, and much more.
The world misses NBA basketball. Our experts do too. That's why they're reliving some the most memorable moments of 2019-20 so far.
The NBA's potential return to Disney World poses a lot of questions. Brian Windhorst, Bobby Marks and Tim Bontemps talk about what they've heard from within the league about life inside the bubble, coronavirus testing protocols, and whether it's even worth it for bottom-tier teams to finish out the regular season. Plus, the crew looks at potential playoff matchups and if this year's format could pave the way for 1-16 playoff seeding in the future (28:55).
Chris Paul, Pat Riley and Gordon Hayward were among those to express their appreciation for Jerry Sloan, who died Friday at age 78.
Points Per Game111.017th
Rebounds Per Game45.113th
Assists Per Game22.226th