Alan Hahn and Keyshawn Johnson begin the third hour discussing the implosion of the Mavericks and what it could mean moving forward for Luka Doncic and his future. Bruce Bowen joins the show to talk defense and Mike Daniels of the Bengals discusses what Juneteenth means to him.
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LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards were joined by Tyrese Haliburton, Saddiq Bey and Jae'Sean Tate on the All-Rookie First Team. Immanuel Quickley, Desmond Bane, Isaiah Stewart, Isaac Okoro and Patrick Williams made the Second Team.
Nikola Jokic and Stephen Curry were joined on the first team by Luka Doncic, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kawhi Leonard as the All-NBA selections were announced Tuesday night.
Fitz apologizes to the Nets, Spain refuses to apologize to the Clippers and the pair discuss what the Bucks and Sixers can do to bounce back after a loss. USA Today's Mark Medina previews Clippers-Jazz, Quickies covers the Women's College World Series, Gerrit Cole tongue-tied over Spider Tack and NHL officiating. Plus, Jen Lada on the Bucks' Ls and Rodgers' fines, Spain and Fitz talk Tom Thibodeau & Nikola Jokic earning top honors in the NBA and filmmaker Abby Greensfelder on "LFG," the new film about the USWNT and equal pay.
Tom Thibodeau helped lead the Knicks to a 20-win improvement this season. He edged out Suns coach Monty Williams by a total of 11 votes.
Trae Young put on another show at MSG and eliminated the Knicks from the playoffs in Round 1. Calls on 92.9 The Game, highlights on SportsCenter All Night on ESPN Radio.
Trae Young sealed the Hawks' series clincher against the Knicks with a flourish, following up a 30-foot 3-pointer with a bow at MSG's center court. "I know it's a bunch of shows around this city," he said. "And I know what they do when the show is over."
— In his first time on stage, Trae Young was already the star of the show.
New York could have up to $50 million in cap space this summer, but is that the best way for the Knicks to build a winner?
Hawks center Clint Capela said he's not impressed by the Knicks' attempt at physical play.
Three West series have become best-of-three affairs. Our experts discuss the biggest storylines ahead of some critical Game 5s.
Trae Young and the Atlanta Hawks cruised past the New York Knicks on Sunday to take a 3-1 series lead, but the star guard knows "the last one to get is going to be the toughest."
— Trae Young scored 27 points, John Collins added 22 despite a smack to the lip and the Hawks frustrated Julius Randle and the New York Knicks once again, pulling away in the second half for a 113-96 victory Sunday that gave Atlanta a commanding 3-1...