The Rockets and Raptors both upset top teams, while the Spurs and Trail Blazers fight for the No. 8 seed in the West.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/21W 110-107
- 1/22L 102-95
- 1/24W 122-117
- 1/26W 112-97
- 1/30L 124-103
- 2/1W 118-106
- 2/3W 108-105
- 2/5W 128-111
- 2/8L 142-115
- 2/9W 133-92
- 2/11L 110-103
- 2/13L 141-133
- 2/22L 112-103
- 2/24W 124-97
- 2/26W 102-92
- 2/28W 132-103
- 3/1W 136-130
- 3/3W 109-94
- 3/5W 120-105
- 3/8L 112-103
- 3/10W 131-107
- 7/30L 103-101
- 8/1W 126-103
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With a 126-103 win over the Pelicans on Saturday, LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers passed Red Auerbach for 11th on the all-time wins list with his 939th career victory.
Paul George made three straight 3-pointers in the opening minutes and had eight overall for 28 points for the Los Angeles Clippers, who rode a team-record barrage of long-range shots to beat the faltering New Orleans Pelicans 126-103 Saturday.
Clippers coach Doc Rivers has told forward Montrezl Harrell to take all the time he needs to mourn his grandmother before returning to the team. Harrell posted about his grandmother's death on his Instagram story.
Welcome to NBA games in August, where T.J. Warren is unstoppable and the Sixers find new ways to scuffle.
The guys circled back to the biggest news of the day, such as the Lakers beating the Clippers in a game that came down to the last possession and the possibility of MLB shutting down it's season because of COVID. And, some talk on the new changes at ESPN LA. Then, "Game Of Games."
Steve and John opened the show with reaction to the NBA's Restart Opening Night with the Lakers beating the Clippers in the close game. And, MLB could shut it down since games are being postponed because of COVID, so the guys talked about it. To talk more about that and other MLB hot topics was Chris Rose from the MLB Network.
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss the Cardinals having positive corona tests in the MLB, the Lakers’ win and Zion only playing 15 minutes in a Pelicans loss.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss what the key takeaway is from the Lakers-Clippers game last night and assess how the Pelicans are handling Zion.
Dan, Katie and Pablo question if the Lakers’ win last night is a big deal, how concerning it is that Zion only played 15 minutes and the Cardinals' game postponement in the MLB.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as they discuss the Lakers' win over Clippers, Zion's performance in a Pelicans loss, Dallas' Dak dilemma, LeSean McCoy joining Brady's Bucs and James Harden's message to Rockets fans.
The panel reacts to the LeBron's clutch gamewinning plays over the Clippers, Zion being kept on the bench in crunchtime, previewing the Celtics ceiling with Jackie MacMullan and a convo with Jamal Crawford.
The guys discuss the return of the NBA, Zion Williamson's minutes restriction and Lakers-Clippers.
First Take is joined by Louis Riddick to breakdown last night's showdown between the Lakers & Clippers. Marquise Goodwin joins the show to talk about his decision to opt out this season.
Dave McMenamin joins to break down the NBA's return last night, LeBron's rough start, and Zion's minutes restriction. Plus, the guys talk about the SEC's announcement that it will play a 10-game, conference-only schedule.
The Lakers and Clippers' fight for the Western Conference resumed with the NBA's restart Thursday night, and despite being in the league's bubble, "basketball is basketball and competitive spirit is competitive spirit," James said.
An unprecedented opening night featured game-winning free throws from Rudy Gobert and a last second defensive stand from LeBron James.
In a sloppy game, it was the strong defensive play that led the Lakers to victory 103-101 over the Clippers. Anthony Davis balled out and LeBron hit the game-winner. Allen Sliwa breaks down the victory for the purple and gold.
From player protests to renewed rivalries, our NBA experts react to the first night of restart action.