Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han and Jackie MacMullan chat about the news Kawhi Leonard wants out of San Antonio and workshop the permutations and implications of the news.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/16W 120-116
- 3/19W 108-94
- 3/21W 119-105
- 3/22W 118-98
- 3/24W 120-108
- 3/26W 123-104
- 3/28W 118-101
- 3/30W 101-91
- 4/1W 119-102
- 4/3W 121-95
- 4/4W 115-108
- 4/6W 132-130
- 4/8W 109-97
- 4/10W 121-113
- 4/11W 130-95
- 4/14W 130-103
- 4/16L 113-103
- 4/19W 128-108
- 4/21W 106-102
- 4/24W 104-91
- 4/30L 117-101
- 5/3L 108-103
- 5/5L 101-98
- 5/7W 103-92
- 5/9L 114-112
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Dan Le Batard, Papi and Sarah Spain question if Colangelo forced the Sixers to draft Fultz, if Belichick tried to trade Gronk before the draft, the way the Lakers are handling the Lonzo-Kuzma situation and much more.
LeBron James' decision on where to play next year could shake up the NBA. Where will the King find his throne? We look at the most likely options.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Jemele Hill question if you are "here for" LeBron joining the Celtics, if Hinkie should come back to the Sixers, if you are okay with T.O skipping the Hall of Fame ceremony and much more.
Kevin Blackistone and the national panel debate how the 76ers organization can move forward after parting ways with Colangelo, recap Game 3 of the NBA Finals, discuss the Julien Edelman PED situation and much more.
Dan Le Batard, Papi and Jemele Hil question what the Sixers will do now that they have parted ways with Colangelo, if Durant deserves more respect after his Game 3 performance, if the Cavaliers will get swept on Friday and much more.
Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han, Kevin Arnovitz, Ramona Shelburne and Shelley Smith discuss Colangelo's departure from the Sixers (1:00), Game 3 of the NBA Finals (14:45), Durant's performance (33:15), the Cavs' offseason plans (38:10) and LeBron's plans (53:05).
Bryan Colangelo is out as the GM of the 76ers. Our NBA experts answer the big questions about what happened and what's next.
Zach talks to Chris Herring and Ethan Strauss about Bryan Colangelo and the Sixers parting ways (1:32), the Warriors putting the Cavs in a strangle hold (14:17), Golden State's ultimate legacy (37:45) and more.
Philadelphia 76ers president and general manager Bryan Colangelo, who resigned Thursday, is far from the first person to face consequences for missteps on social media.
The Sixers are facing the draft and an important offseason to chase another star player. What's next with Bryan Colangelo out?
Bryan Colangelo has resigned as president of basketball operations of the Philadelphia 76ers, the team announced Thursday.
Allen Iverson will not coach in the BIG3 this season because of scheduling conflicts and will be replaced by former Lakers player Michael Cooper with 3's Company.
The Philadelphia 76ers' ownership group met for several hours in New York on Tuesday evening to discuss whether the findings of a probe into president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo necessitate his firing, league sources told ESPN.
Dan Le Batard, Papi, and Jemele Hill question if Colangelo should be worried that a law firm is investigating him, how the NFL should feel about the anthem policy, if Kyler Murray should continue to play football and much more.