We got a stark revelation about a friend of the show not seasoning food properly. Plus, a member of the NBA All-Defensive First Team club joins the show.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/4W 116-113
- 3/6L 110-104
- 3/8W 100-89
- 3/11L 109-98
- 8/1W 125-105
- 8/3L 107-103
- 8/4W 112-106
- 8/6L 130-116
- 8/8L 119-112
- 8/10W 114-92
- 8/12L 116-115
- 8/14L 109-92
- 8/18W 113-101
- 8/20W 109-100
- 8/22W 124-115
- 8/24W 99-87
- 8/31W 115-104
- 9/2W 116-114
- 9/4W 115-100
- 9/6L 118-115
- 9/8W 103-94
- 9/15W 117-114
- 9/17W 106-101
- 9/19L 117-106
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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Nuggets' big Game 3 win over the Lakers and what it means for the rest of the series, tonight's Game 4 between the Heat and Celtics, Billy Donovan's road ahead as the Bulls coach and much more.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Jamal Murray's performance in Denver's Game 3 win over the Lakers, tonight's Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the strange story behind Tyrod Taylor's injury and much more.
Rachel Nichols, Chauncey Billups, Richard Jefferson and Zach Lowe react to the latest from the NBA playoffs in the bubble.
The panel reacts to Jamal Murray leading the Nuggets to their game three win over the Lakers in the WCF, previewing game four of the ECF, who has the mental edge between the Lakers and Nuggets, the Bulls hiring Billy Donovan as head coach, and the NBA's reaction to the Louisville court indicting one officer in the Breonna Taylor case.
Dan, Sarah and Bomani question who should feel more confident after last night between the Lakers and Nuggets and preview Heat-Celtics.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the Nuggets taking Game 3 from Lakers, AD's bad performance, the keys to the Celtics-Heat game tonight, Cam saying he's not playing for money, Billy Donovan's new gig and Kyler Murray getting props from his teammates. Plus, Jermaine Dupri calls out Diddy.
First Take 2nd Hour: New Jackson State HC Deion Sanders joins the show, Rapper Big Sean talks Lakers and Detroit sports, and more
Stephen A. & Max talk to Deion Sanders about becoming the Head Coach at Jackson State and other NFL topics. Rapper Big Sean joins to talk about the Lakers and Detroit sports, and the guys debate if Kyler Murray is already a top-10 player in the NFL.
First Take 1st Hour: The Nuggets get a win, can the Celtics even the series tonight, Cam Newton is not worried about money, and The Dynasty authoer Jeff Benedict joins
Stephen A. & Max react to the Nuggets win in game 3, predictions on who wins game 4 in the East, plus, reactions to Cam Newton's comments on his contract, and best-selling author Jeff Benedict joins to talk about the Patriots.
Jimmy Butler's road to his first Eastern Conference finals has been anything but smooth. Here's how the Heat star has been discussed by those who lived the journey alongside him.
The Eastern Conference finals series between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat is chock full of stars.
The NBA forecast panel answers the big questions about the Celtics, the Heat and the East finals.
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!
The Miami Heat lead the Boston Celtics 2-1 in the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals, thanks largely to a dominant postseason performance from Jimmy Butler. Through his ten seasons in the league, Butler’s ferocious competitiveness and polarizing personality have contributed to departures from his previous three teams. But now, in the Miami Heat, Butler seems to have found a home and team that is as passionate about the game as he is. With the Heat two wins away from a trip to the finals, and Butler as their unquestioned leader on the court, the 31-year old may finally rise to the next level of NBA stardom. Nick Friedell has covered Butler since he first came into the league, and takes us inside Butler’s psyche. Then, an ode to golfer Danny Lee’s 6-putt Saturday.
Jimmy Butler has found his basketball nirvana after three tumultuous stops.
Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Ramona Shelburne react to the latest from the NBA playoffs in Orlando.
The panel reacts to Anthony Davis' incredible game winner over the Nuggets, it's significance in the WCF, plus previewing the Celtics-Heat game 4. LeBron's critique of the NBA MVP award voting system and more NBA topics. Plus, Rachel remembers Ruth Bader-Ginsburg.
Zach talks to Howard Beck of Bleacher Report about Anthony Davis' moment, both conference finals series, and his TV essay on TNT about social justice.
The Rhoden Fellows podcast returns for a new season with a new class of fellows! Marissa, Alex, Jayla, Ashton, Parker and Jonathan, alongside Bill Rhoden, speak on how remote learning has been so far this semester and what an HBCU bubble would look like if it existed. Plus, the fellows give their analysis of who they think will be the 2020 NBA Champions.
Anthony Davis’ buzzer-beating 3-pointer leads Brian Windhorst, Dave McMenamin and Royce Young to talk about the rapport between Davis and LeBron James, and what AD’s game-winner really says about LeBron. The guys also discuss LeBron’s gripes with the MVP award and Wednesday’s Game 4 between the Celtics and Heat.
Jimmy Butler said the Heat can't keep creating early deficits, especially against the Celtics, who led by as many as 20 and won Game 3 117-106.
Getting a key player in Gordon Hayward back in the lineup gives the Celtics a chance to hold on to the leads they've blown.
Following two straight collapses down the stretch to open the Eastern Conference finals -- and the accompanying emotional outbursts in the locker room -- the Celtics "persevered" to win Game 3 and get themselves back into their series with the Heat.