The Clippers (3:48) and Raptors (30:37) should be very excited for what's to come, whereas the Rockets (13:57) and 76ers should be a bit more concerned (21:50). Based on a variety of factors, Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Tim Bontemps break down which teams they expect will rise and fall over the next few seasons. Plus, the guys discuss the opening in Chicago's front office and whether it's a desirable position.
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Ahead of Saturday's Class of 2020 announcement, our experts examine every team's most likely Hall of Famer -- from locks to long shots and everyone in between.
Joel Embiid is joining with 76ers managing partner Josh Harris and co-managing partner David Blitzer on a $1.3 million contribution to fund COVID-19 antibody testing for 1,000 health care workers in the region.
The Bucks have to make a decision on Giannis' future (9:05), the Nets need a new coach (14:22), and the Nuggets (26:04) and Rockets (37:45) are in dire financial situations. With the 2020 season on hold, Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Bobby Marks tackle the offseason's biggest questions and answer a voicemail from the Hoopline (402-316-2955).
Larry reacts to the Top News of the day including Doris Burke's positive COVID-19 test, Mark Rubin's comments on the Sixers and much more.
The suspended season will create major financial implications for the NBA, its players, and free agency, explains Brian Windhorst to Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon. Plus, the crew discusses how the Olympics postponement could affect the 2021 season (30:35) and then the show takes its first listener voicemail.
Sports figures from around the globe have given money, protective equipment, messages of support and even food to medical professionals and hospitals as staffs work overtime to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Sixers employees were about to take pay cuts … until Joel Embiid stepped in
76ers and Devils owner Josh Harris changed course on a plan for a 20% reduction on employee salaries, calling it a mistake and apologizing to staff and fans.
The NBA's 76ers and NHL's Devils, teams owned by a group headed by billionaire Josh Harris, have notified salaried, full-time employees they will be subject to temporary pay cuts of up to 20% and they will be moving to a four-day work week.
Philly's Tobias Harris is posting on social media as if the season was never suspended. So how are the Sixers doing?
The Nuggets are the fourth NBA team to have a positive coronavirus test, saying that a member of the organization has COVID-19. They did not say whether the person is a player. Three members of the Philadelphia 76ers organization also tested positive.
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Our NBA experts examine what an extended layoff could mean for every Eastern Conference team.