The Sixers will meet with former Clippers coach Doc Rivers in Philadelphia about the franchise's head-coaching job, sources said.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/5W 120-105
- 3/8L 112-103
- 3/10W 131-107
- 7/30L 103-101
- 8/1W 126-103
- 8/4L 117-115
- 8/6W 126-111
- 8/8W 122-117
- 8/9L 129-120
- 8/12W 124-111
- 8/14W 107-103
- 8/17W 118-110
- 8/19L 127-114
- 8/21W 130-122
- 8/23L 135-133
- 8/25W 154-111
- 8/30W 111-97
- 9/3W 120-97
- 9/5L 110-101
- 9/7W 113-107
- 9/9W 96-85
- 9/11L 111-105
- 9/13L 111-98
- 9/15L 104-89
- Full Schedule
Doc Rivers thought the Clippers needed more time, but Steve Ballmer wondered if they needed a new voice.
Michael Wilbon and Frank Isola discuss the Titans' and Vikings' suspension of in-person football activities due to COVID-19, Pat Mahomes lighting it up on MNF, the Clippers' coaching search, the Lightning winning the Stanley Cup and much more.
Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson, Zach Lowe and Vince Carter react to the latest from the NBA Playoffs in the bubble.
The panel reacts to Finals Media day comments from LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Jimmy Butler in preparation for game 1 on Wednesday. Plus, what's next for Doc Rivers, new coaching options for the Clippers and Dwight Howard joins the show!
Dan, Elle and Bomani question how concerned the NFL should be about the Titans going remote due to COVID concerns and Doc Rivers parting ways with the Clippers.
Bomani shares why he believes that the Lamar Jackson-Pat Mahomes matchup from Monday Night Football is a “sign of the revolution” and previews the NBA Finals (20:42). This includes Bam Adebayo name pronunciation attempts, why Tyler Herro vs. Kyle Kuzma could be the “game within a game” that he’s been telling you about for months as well as a reminder of just how committed NBA owners are to "Black Lives Matter". Plus, Doc Rivers’ firing by the Clippers (37:03), an IYHH including a rat awarded for bravery (44:56) and your voicemails from when “the game was cheating” (56:39). IYHH Stories @geoffreyfowler on Amazon’s new security drone that pushes the boundaries of surveillance https://wapo.st/3cOgyGf @laurelwamsley on the hero rat that won a top animal award for sniffing out land mines: https://n.pr/3ifZA4O @mikejbabcock on Joe Montana confronting an alleged kidnapper at his home: https://bit.ly/3kZk0kk
Jay Williams joined the show to discuss the Clippers letting Doc Rivers go, Monday Night Football, the Yankees and much more.
Stephen A. and Max discuss if they learned more about Mahomes or Lamar last night, if the Clippers are justified in letting Doc Rivers go, and Stephen's A list is revealed after week 3.
The coaching landscape just got a bit more juicier with the Clippers job opening. We speculate who might end up in Los Angeles.
With Pat Mahomes and Lamar Jackson leading the way for budding franchises is there a rivalry brewing between these franchises?
After a disappointing postseason exit, the LA Clippers' separation from Doc Rivers signals that there is no more time to waste for an organization looking to validate itself as a contender.
Lebron calls out all the Laker haters. Woj drops a bomb and reveal the Clippers have fired Doc Rivers. Plus, the guys preview the NBA finals matchup between the Lakers and the Heat, and what to prepare for.
Lakers head coach Frank Vogel joins the guys and reacts to winning the Western Conference finals and looks ahead to the NBA finals. The Rams lose by a last second controversial call. Sedano and LZ talk about what you need to know. Plus, Monday afternoon quarterback.
Spain & Fitz react to Doc Rivers’ firing, talk an LA/MIA NBA Final with former NBA coach David Fizdale & welcome the NBPA’s Michele Roberts to talk about the Bubble’s success and plans for the start of next NBA season. Plus, Week 3 of NFL “Good Take or Hot Take,” who’s doing the Monday Walk of Shame & which players staked their claim. Plus, on the pre-party Spain delivers a Cubs-Marlins PSA, talks trash to the Florida boys on the Le Batard Show and the duo drop some F-Bombs.
We get you set for a monster Monday night match-up. Plus, Where's Doc Rivers headed next?
Doc Rivers is out as Clippers coach. Here's why this is such a big gamble for LA.
We received some breaking news that Doc Rivers is no longer the Clippers head coach. We figure out what's next for the franchise and Doc.
After the Clippers' big disappointment, Doc Rivers is out as coach. How does LA move forward toward its championship goals?
Doc Rivers has stepped down as coach of the Clippers in what chairman Steve Ballmer called a "mutual decision."
Rachel Nichols, Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson react to the latest from the NBA playoffs in Orlando.
The panel previews game 3 of the western conference finals between the Lakers and Nuggets, discuss what it was like playing against the Kobe-Shaq lakers, top Laker gamewinners, Paul George's future with the Clippers and more NBA topics. Plus, NBA Photographer Jim Ice joins the show from the bubble!
Doc continues in the Cedars-Sinai Studios and retells his thoughts about customizing in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes John McAtee of Channel Islands Prosthetics and Orthotics who talks about tailor making prosthetics for athletes who want to continue playing sports after an amputation . The Weekend Warrior Clinic re-opens for listeners.