Mike Greenberg talks to Zach Lowe about his expectations for the 2018-19 season (1:30), the historical context of the Warriors' greatness (9:10), the forgotten era of the league (18:00), expectations for LeBron James in L.A. (31:15), the biggest threat to come out of the Eastern Conference (40:30) and much more.
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"I need another ring," said Rajon Rondo, who seeks to be the first player to win a title with the Celtics and Lakers since they have been based in Los Angeles.
Windhorst, Friedell and McMenamin discuss the latest on the outlooks for the Lakers, Warriors and the Jimmy Butler situation
Brian Windhorst, Nick Friedell, Dave McMenamin and Andrew Han discuss the outlook for the Los Angeles Lakers, can KD and LeBron be working on something for next season (4:00), what do the Warriors have to look forward to this season (27:00), Jimmy Butler's practice fallout and much more.
Can the Warriors get back to 70 wins? How many will LeBron add to the Lakers' tally? Where could they stumble? We're projecting all 30 teams' best- and worst-case scenarios.
Doug Kezirian discusses NBA season win totals with NBA Insider Brian Windhorst and professional bettor Preston Johnson. They participate in a "fantasy draft" and choose over or under for all 30 teams.
Zach talks to Jeff Van Gundy about the Jimmy Butler situation, and the big questions for the 2018-19 NBA season.
Welcome to a new NBA season full of new looks, new courts and the full force of LockerVision.
Who will win top individual honors in 2018-19? Our NBA writers and analysts make their predictions for MVP, top rookie and more.
LeBron James' first game against the Warriors as a Laker drew nearly 2 million viewers, making it ESPN's most-watched preseason game ever.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Mina Kimes question if LeBron James and the Lakers beating the Warriors in preseason means anything, if Jimmy Butler's behavior makes him more or less likely to be traded, if the Eagles are done if they lose tonight and much more.
The Lakers are drawing the most bets to win the title, with the Celtics second.
The Lakers got their first glimpse of LeBron James and Lonzo Ball on the floor together and liked what they saw in limited minutes in Wednesday night's 123-113 preseason win over the Warriors.