Oklahoma City Thunder guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander joins The Woj Pod to discuss lessons learned under Chris Paul, his rookie indoctrination into the NBA with the Clippers and Patrick Beverley, Canadian basketball, the AAU tournament feel of The Bubble and much more.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/27L 107-97
- 1/29W 120-100
- 1/31W 111-107
- 2/5W 109-103
- 2/7W 108-101
- 2/9L 112-111
- 2/11L 114-106
- 2/13W 123-118
- 2/21W 113-101
- 2/23W 131-103
- 2/25W 124-122
- 2/27W 112-108
- 2/28L 133-86
- 3/3L 109-94
- 3/4W 114-107
- 3/6W 126-103
- 3/8W 105-104
- 8/1W 110-94
- 8/3L 121-113
- 8/5W 105-86
- 8/7L 121-92
- 8/9W 121-103
- 8/10L 128-101
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Devin Booker scored 35 points, and the Phoenix Suns rolled past the short-handed Oklahoma City Thunder 128-101 on Monday to improve to 6-0 in the restart and improve their playoff chances.
The playoff picture is beginning to form as the first three teams have been eliminated from contention.
Rookie Darius Bazley scored a career-high 23 points off the bench, and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat Washington 121-103 on Sunday to keep the Wizards the only winless team inside the NBA bubble.
Dillon Brooks scored 22 points, and the Memphis Grizzlies claimed their first win since the restart with a 121-92 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday.
Allen Sliwa starts the second half of Lakers Talk focusing on Anthony Davis and his energy spurts and what is needed from him to win it all. Trevor Lane of Lakers Nation calls in to talk about the who's hot, the missing energy of Avery Bradley, and more. Allen closes looking at the teams fighting for the remaining playoff spots.
Allen Sliwa opens talking about the Lakers loss to the Thunder. Callers come in with their opinions. Brad Turner of the LA Times joins Allen and expresses his concerns of the Laker team in addition to the play of the role players.
The shooting woes continue for the Lakers, drop their second game in the bubble with a 105-86 loss to the Thunder
Lakers drop their second game inside the bubble to the Oklahoma City Thunder, 105-86. With the number 1 seed locked up, this game doesn't mean much for the standings, but poor shooting continues to be an issue for the team. Allen Sliwa breaks down the loss for the purple and gold.
Chris Paul had 21 points, seven rebounds and six assists in the Oklahoma City Thunder's 105-86 victory over the poor-shooting Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night.
The Lakers dropped to 2-2 in Orlando, while the Sixers and Magic await injury updates.
The panel reacts to the Blazers huge win over the Rockets (including clutch late buckets from Carmelo), Jaren Jackson Jr's injury impacts on Grizzlies playoff chances, the Suns are 3-0 in the bubble and more NBA topics.
Michael Porter Jr. scored a career-high 37 points and Nikola Jokic had a triple-double to help the Denver Nuggets top the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-113 in overtime on Monday.