If the Seahawks sign Antonio Brown Max doesn't feel he'll last the season. Who cares if Dez is on a practice squad? He's just a name. Max feels Chris Paul could be on the way back to the Clippers. Max talks about needing to see improvement from Daniel Jones. Plus, Axe Max.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 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
- 8/12W 116-115
- 8/14L 107-103
- 8/18L 123-108
- 8/20L 111-98
- 8/22W 119-107
- 8/24W 117-114
- 8/29L 114-80
- 8/31W 104-100
- 9/2L 104-102
- Full Schedule
The panel discusses the latest in the NBA as the coaching carousel rounds out. Best fit for the Twolves first overall pick and gauging the Warriors ceiling for next season. Plus, Rachel sits down with Ty Lue for a convo and much more NBA topics.
The panel discusses whether Giannis should sign the supermax deal with the Bucks, what changes for James Harden and the Rocket post-Morey, and landing spots for Danilo Gallinari and Andre Drummond. Plus, guest segments with Nick Nurse and Darius Bazley!
Jay Williams joins the show for his weekly spot talking Giants, NBA and more.
We asked our panel: Will Giannis re-sign, wait or seek a trade? Will the Sixers and Nets make big moves?
Here are the teams that could make the most noise when trade season opens.
Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Tim Bontemps discuss hypothetical offseason trade scenarios involving four players: Chris Paul, Victor Oladipo, Jrue Holiday and Bradley Beal.
The Lakers just won the title, but how is next season shaping up? Here's a way-too-early look at where the champs and all 30 teams stand ahead of 2020-21.
What will Giannis and AD decide? What will OKC do with Chris Paul? Bobby Marks examines the biggest offseason questions.
Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider
New Kings GM Monte McNair is reshaping his front office, hiring former Hawks GM Wes Wilcox as assistant GM, Philadelphia's Phil Jabour as VP of Player Personnel and OKC's Paul Johnson as Director of Basketball Operations, sources tell ESPN.
Jay Williams joined the show, and we have him #AskHal, discuss the NBA Finals and much more.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss LeBron’s legacy and his status in the GOAT conversation, the latest on NFL players testing positive for COVID-19 and Brady and the Bucs taking on the Bears tonight. Plus, Basketball Hall of Famer Spencer Haywood stops by the show.
Chris Paul dismissed the idea that sticking with the Thunder through a rebuild would be an issue, saying he just loves to hoop.
Stephen A. and Max debate if there's a chance Nuggets can make a comeback again down 3-1 to the Lakers, Cowboys-Seahawks preview, and Chris Paul joins the show for HBCU Week,
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.
The Chicago Bulls have hired former Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan as their next head coach, the team announced Tuesday.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the ACC's strange NCAA Tournament proposition, if they believe Giannis Antetokounmpo will seek a trade from Milwaukee, what's next for Billy Donovan and much more.
First Take hour 2: how the Rockets can compete with the Lakers, are the Packers super bowl contenders and more!
Stephen A., Max, Ryan Clark and Kendrick Perkins debate how the Rockets can compete with the Lakers how impressed we should be by the Heat and if the Packers are Super Bowl contenders.
The guys discuss another tough loss for the Yankees and how Billy Donovan leaving Oklahoma City could impact the Eastern Conference.
Alan thinks the Thunder and Billy Donovan parting ways will have a big impact on the Eastern Conference. Plus, Nets welcome head coach Steve Nash on Audio Files.
Coach Billy Donovan won't be returning to the Thunder next season, it was announced on Tuesday.