Rockets star Russell Westbrook says he tested positive for the coronavirus and is in quarantine.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/18L 124-115
- 1/20L 112-107
- 1/22W 121-105
- 1/24W 131-124
- 1/26L 117-110
- 1/27W 126-117
- 1/29L 125-112
- 1/31W 128-121
- 2/2W 117-109
- 2/4W 125-110
- 2/6W 121-111
- 2/7L 127-91
- 2/9L 114-113
- 2/11W 116-105
- 2/20W 135-105
- 2/22W 120-110
- 2/24W 123-112
- 2/26W 140-112
- 2/29W 111-110
- 3/2L 125-123
- 3/5L 120-105
- 3/7L 108-99
- 3/8L 126-106
- 3/10W 117-111
- 7/31h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
Rockets forward Bruno Caboclo will be quarantined eight more days after inadvertently breaking protocol, sources tell ESPN.
Which NBA players are ready to take advantage of the spotlight in the bubble for each franchise?
"The Scoop" kicks off the second hour as Mason and Ireland talked Stanford dropping some of their sports' programs and Austin Rivers' comments about this year's NBA title coming with an asterisk. And, will Tik Tok be banned in the US? Plus, "Radio Tinder."
Get an inside look at NBA players' arrivals, hotel-room setups and practice courts as teams make their way into the Disney bubble.
James Harden and Russell Westbrook are expected to travel on their own to Orlando after not joining the team on its flight Thursday, sources said. One Rockets member who did make the trip: coach Mike D'Antoni.
All 22 teams face big questions ahead of training camp, which begins this week in Orlando, Florida.
Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Chiney Ogwumike react to the latest around the return to play. Plus segments with Kenny Smith, and Malika Andrews from the bubble in Orlando.
The panel discusses the latest from the Clippers closing their facility, the future of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert's relationship plus segments with Kenny Smith and a live report from Malika Andrews in the Orlando bubble.
Zach and John Hollinger of The Athletic play the second edition of "So, Where the Hell Were We?" starring the Sixers, Heat and Rockets.
Houston Rockets forward Thabo Sefolosha, who plays a key role defensively for the team, has opted out of the NBA's restart to the season, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
The schedule for the NBA's restart is set. Here are the must-watch games as teams push for the postseason.
Julius Jones faces death for a crime he maintains he didn't commit. Blake Griffin and Russell Westbrook lead a group of players trying to help save him.
With some players openly expressing their concerns with the NBA's return plans, Brian Windhorst, Tim Bontemps and Dave McMenamin talk about the impact of such comments and how they will be received around the league. Plus, the guys discuss players they're excited to watch next month (27:07) and how winning a championship this season would affect LeBron's legacy (35:05).
Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers made the case on Instagram that NBA players earning their salaries would allow them to financially aid the cause while continuing to devote time and energy to the movement.
With a small group of players growing hesitant about the NBA's restart plans, Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon break down some of the players' most pressing concerns.
Mike D'Antoni is part of a group of older coaches pushing back on potential restrictions in the NBA's restart plans.
Rockets guard Russell Westbrook is producing a documentary series about the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, Variety reported.
While the NBA players await the protocol that outlines the rules and regulations of life inside the bubble, Brian Windhorst, Bobby Marks and Disney aficionado Royce Young discuss what questions remain and how challenging life down in Orlando could be.
Get ready for the NBA's return with the biggest questions, stats and storylines to know for every team headed to Orlando in July.