Get an inside look at NBA players' arrivals, hotel-room setups and practice courts as teams make their way into the Disney bubble.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/17W 116-114
- 1/19W 115-107
- 1/20L 118-88
- 1/22W 112-87
- 1/24W 129-118
- 1/26L 139-129
- 1/29W 115-106
- 2/1L 92-85
- 2/3L 112-103
- 2/5L 119-118
- 2/7L 115-106
- 2/8L 124-117
- 2/10L 106-105
- 2/12W 118-111
- 2/21W 106-98
- 2/23L 127-81
- 2/25W 119-80
- 2/27W 106-100
- 2/29W 113-104
- 3/2W 116-111
- 3/4L 119-100
- 3/6W 108-102
- 3/8W 112-109
- 3/10L 114-111
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- Full Schedule
The panel reacts to players disappointment with the NBA's list of jersey messages, more teams shutting down practice facilities, the Celtics title potential and more NBA topics.
After entering the NBA bubble, Malika Andrews joins Brian Windhorst and Royce Young to detail her experience thus far. Plus, the crew discusses how teams' playoff standing could impact some player decisions regarding opting in or out of playing at Disney World (41:00).
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.
Pacers guard Victor Oladipo, who had been hesitant to commit to join the team for the league's restart in Florida, will travel with the team to do his rehab but he will not play, he told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
A week before the official opening of NBA training camps ahead of the July 30 restart, some teams are already back in action.
San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan says some of the NBA's health and safety rules for the bubble are "frustrating and overwhelming."
Several players don't trust that their teammates will adhere to the NBA's campus protocol, Brian Windhorst tells Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon (38:45). The crew also discusses big decisions that Victor Oladipo and Bradley Beal must make, and if any coaches will voluntarily forgo the chance to go to Disney.
The Jump: Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Zach Lowe react to the latest news around the return to play.
The panel discusses how Lou Williams, Dwight Howard, Bradley Beal and Victor Oladipo's decisions to play in Orlando are all still up in the air. Plus, how the league address kneeling during the anthem and more NBA topics.
Victor Oladipo remains undecided as to whether he will join the Pacers for the NBA's restart in Orlando.
One member of the Indiana Pacers hasn't fully committed to joining the squad, according to Pacers president of basketball operations Kevin Pritchard.
The schedule for the NBA's restart is set. Here are the must-watch games as teams push for the postseason.
Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon, who is averaging 16.3 points and 7.1 assists this season, is in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus, he said Wednesday.
Ahead of Wednesday's deadline for NBA players to decide whether they'll enter the bubble, Brian Windhorst, Ohm Youngmisuk, Nick Friedell and Kirk Goldsberry talk about players who may not want to return, due to a variety of factors (24:20). Plus, the guys discuss how the league will respond to inevitable complications and the chances of players agreeing to wear technology that could help the league identify guys at risk for COVID-19.
Victor Oladipo plans to ramp up activity with the Pacers starting next week and evaluate his repaired torn quad tendon prior to making a final commitment to playing in the season's restart in Orlando, he told ESPN on Saturday.
Showing off changes between high school and now took off on Twitter on Monday. That gave teams such as the Warriors, Timberwolves and others the chance to dust off their digital scrapbooks.
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.