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Rachel Nichols, Kendrick Perkins, Zach Lowe and Jackie MacMullan sort through all the winners and losers from free agency this weekend. PLUS we discuss the max extensions from the 2017 draft class: Jayson Tatum, De'Aaron Fox, Donovan Mitchell BUT no Bam Adebayo yet.
Zach and Chris Herring of 538 discuss the winners and losers of the NBA's wild offseason.
Free agent Gordon Hayward has reached a four-year, $120 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets, his agent told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Saturday.
Charlotte's top pick LaMelo Ball says he doesn't think his father LaVar Ball's one-on-one showdown against Hornets owner Michael Jordan will happen but acknowledged, "I think we know how it would turn out."
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the winners and losers from the NBA Draft and the impact of Klay Thompson’s injury.
Dan, Pablo and Mina question what the Warriors should do with the Klay Thompson injury news and Justin Herbert’s new haircut.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss Klay Thompson’s injury, LaMelo Ball’s fit in Charlotte, winners and losers of the NBA Draft and the Sixers adding shooting to the lineup with Simmons and Embiid. Plus, a preview of the Gucci Mane-Jeezy Verzuz battle tonight.
First Take 1st Hour: Possible bad injury news for Klay Thompson, reaction to the top NBA draft picks, and preview for tonight's showdown between Kyler Murray and Russell Wilson
Stephen A. & Max react to the reports of a serious leg injury for Klay Thompson, debate if Michael Jordan made the right call in drafting LaMelo Ball, and talk about if they would start a franchise with Kyler Murray or Russell Wilson.
The NBA draft looked different in 2020 -- but that didn't stop the Ball family from turning the night into one more massive marketing opportunity.
Treavor Scales chats with former WNBA first overall pick Chiney Ogwumike about what it's like to have the pressure of a franchise on your shoulders being the first pick in a draft. Chiney also breaks down her thoughts on the first two picks in the NBA draft, Anthony Edwards and James Wiseman.
Tonight, in a studio in Bristol, Connecticut, the 2020 NBA Draft will (finally) unfold. After a five month postponement, tonight’s draft will no doubt look different from drafts past: no cheering fans or players shaking the commissioner’s hand on stage. But with top prospects Lamelo Ball, James Wiseman, and Anthony Edwards all still in play for the number one pick, and players still donning their finest suits over Zoom, there will be no shortage of entertainment. ESPN’s Mike Schmitz, who scouts draft prospects around the globe, tells us what to expect from the top three picks -- Minnesota, Golden State, and Charlotte -- and shares which prospects will have an immediate impact on the league. Then, Pablo shares the story of a racing pigeon who was sold at auction for a record *beaking* $1.9 million.
LaMelo Ball, when asked why he thinks he should go No. 1 in Wednesday's NBA draft, said simply: "I feel like I'm born for this."
Saying he'd be eager to play for "whatever team that picks" him, James Wiseman on Monday said he's only worked out for the Warriors and Hornets so far, not the Timberwolves, who have the No. 1 pick.
LaMelo Ball on Thursday conducted an individual workout in front of head coaches and executives for the Warriors, Hornets and Pistons, sources told ESPN.